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Biblical View on Issues
"The Lenses of Reformation Concerning Amendment 1 and Civil Overreach into Other God-ordained Jurisdictions"
by Dr. Patti Amsden
Reformation lens #1 - Historically, the civil realm is the most likely government to be guilty of tyranny.
Reformation lens #2 – Private property is boundaried, and the administration of that property is the right of the owner.
Reformation lens #3 – The civil realm has no God-given mandate to engage in economic engineering, which is the introduction into the market of artificial indicators by bureaucrats in an attempt to bend the market in the way they deem beneficial or expedient or in keeping with their ideologies.
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Illinois Cultural News
"Amendment 1 Challenged"
By Joyce Geiler
Last issue laid out information concerning Amendment 1, which will appear on the November ballot in Illinois. The “Illinois Right to Collective Bargaining Amendment” (Amendment 1) would create a state constitutional right for employees to organize and bargain collectively through representatives of their choosing to negotiate "wages, hours, and working conditions and to protect their economic welfare and safety at work." The ballot measure would also prohibit laws that interfere with, negate, or diminish collective bargaining agreements, including agreements that require union membership as a condition of employment, effectively prohibiting a right-to-work law in Illinois. (1)
Illinois Policy Institute states, “Amendment 1 would hand Illinois’ government union leaders the most extreme powers in the nation. It does so by voiding over 350 state provisions and adding several unprecedented labor provisions to the state constitution, including a guarantee that taxes and debt will go up. Because there is no limit on what government union leaders can demand, no limit...
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