SEIU Fined for Campaign Finance Violations

Union dues skim took $34 million from Medicaid

Michigan Capitol Confidential reports that the Service Employees International Union, which took $34 million in forced dues from home-based caregivers as part of its dues skim, has received the second biggest campaign finance violation fine in state history.

The $199,000 penalty stems from the union’s involvement in the failed Proposal 4 on the November 2012 ballot, which would have enshrined its stealth unionization scheme in the state constitution.


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