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[JB] just paid off the union workers after he stiffed on the deal, is this how the D’s get votes, yes. LA is moving forward with electric only buildings, even though the electrical grid cannot handle it. The people can now see the [CB] agenda in regards to who’s bank account they shutdown. The [CB] are stacking gold. The [DS] has lost the control of the narrative, those who are no longer protected will scream the loudest. There is now way out for them, the protectors are disappearing, the fake news is going down the tubes and the news is no longer controlled by these organizations. The people are taking back control of information. Soon there will be no place for the treasonous criminals to hide, soon they won’t be able to walk down the street.
- Recently, Joe Biden angered unions after signing legislation that prevented a nationwide rail strike.
- Now, he is set to announce a $36 billion bailout for the Central States Pension Fund – one of the nation’s biggest multiemployer plans.
President Joe Biden will announce a $36 billion bailout for the Central States Pension Fund, helping to shore up one of the nation’s biggest multiemployer plans and delivering help to union allies after a contentious rail deal that frayed ties with organized labor.
- The pension fund has been spending $2 billion more each year than it takes in.
A payoff for votes?
- L New buildings in Los Angeles will be required to be all-electric under a policy approved by the city council Dec. 7 as part of a movement to reduce carbon emissions in the city.
- The requirement applies to buildings approved after April 1, and affordable housing projects approved after June 1 of next year. Accessory dwelling units and cooking equipment for restaurants are exempt.
- “If we do this requirement but don’t have the capacity, that means we will electrify through the generation of dirty energy,” O’Farrell said.