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Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - December 13, 2012, Hutchinson, KansasT he a associated p Ress Lansing Mich. Now that Michigan has become a right to work state unions in this stronghold of organized labor confront a new and urgent problem convincing members to continue paying for their services instead of taking the for free. Brushing aside protests fro thousands of labor supporters the Republican controlled statehouse approved measures tuesday making it illegal to require that nonunion workers pay fees to unions for negotiating wage contracts and other services. The Senate did likewise Las week an gov. Rick Snyder swiftly signed the Bills into Law. The Laws take effect 90 Days after the legislature adjourns this month giving unions Little time to devise a strategy for keeping members on Board and convincing nonmembers to continue their financial support. Union leaders said twas too soon to predict How the Laws would affect their membership and recruiting partly because workers covered by existing labor contracts wont be Able to Stop paying Union fees until those deals lapse which in some cases will take several years. Contracts Between unions and Detroit automakers for example Are effective until september 2015. Many of the activist who protested at the Capitol this week said the would continue supporting their unions but feared that some coworker would abandon them. Unions Are legally required to represent All employees of a business equally whether they remembers or not. In our Plant it could pit worker against worker said Brett Brown who works in the trim department at a general motors Plant in Lansing. Unions will lose Money refuse to contribute making it harder for the to function he said. After signing the Bills Snyder said unions should redouble their efforts to show workers that membership i Worth the Money. But experience shows that Homeworker Swonet pay even the Best managed Union unless its required. Some will say if i dont have to pay Why should i pay a said Robertm Cormick a la professor at Michigan state University and former National labor relations Board attorney. Themore people do that the less Revenue comes into the Union and it gets weaker. T he a associated p Ress Portland Ore. Gunfire rang out in the mall food court instantly transforming a casual afternoon of Holiday shopping into a Nightmare. The shooter armed with a Rifle was dressed in dark clothing and wore a hockey style face mask. As panicked shoppers fled for cover workers ushered some into hiding places within stores or helped the to the exits. The first officers to arrive formed groups and rushed into the chaos rather than waiting for themore heavily armed swat team. If we would have run out we would have ran right into it said Kaelynn Keelin who shot out and along with other made in Oregon co workers pulled customers into the store for shelter. The Quick mobilization of mall workers and police reflects the reality that while mass shootings Are rare they have forced authorities to rehearse for such outbreaks of violence As if they Are the Norm. This could have been much much worse Clackamas county sheriff Craig Roberts said. Roughly 10,000 people were inside the Clackamas town Center on tuesday afternoon when police say Jacob Tyler Roberts 22, armed himself with an a 15 semiautomatic Rifle he stole from someone he knew an went on a rampage that left two people dead. The sheriff said the Rifle jammed during the attack but the shooter managed to get i working again. He later shot himself. The sheriff and Roberts Are not related. As authorities tried to determine motive for a shooting they said had no specific targets details emerged about Roberts from acquaintances and neighbors. They described Hamas relaxed Friendly and outgoing. Jake was never the violent Type Roberts sex Girlfriend Hannah Patricia Sansburn told Abc news. His main Goa was tomake you laugh smile make you feel comfortable. You cant reconcile the differences. I hate him Horwhat he did but i cant hate the person i knew because twas nothing like the go into Small and go on a rampage. Sansburn said Roberts had recently quit his Job at a Gyro shop in Portland and sold All of his belongings telling her that Hewa moving to Hawaii. Hews supposed to take a flight saturday but told her he got drunk an missed it. Daily planner events 5 15 p. M. 12 minute fat blasting Miracle workout Sei Bella studio at Hutchinson mall 1500 e. 11th ave. First class is free. 5 45 p. M. Hoop fusion Sei Bella studio at Hutchinson mall 1500 e. 11th ave. First class is free. 6 30 p. M. Family hoop Sei Bella studio at Hutchinson mall 1500 e. 11th ave. Cost $ 3 per person. 7 30 p. M. Smoke on the Mountain presented by great Plains theatre 300 n. Mulberry St., Abilene. For details or tickets Call 888 222 4574 or visit wow. . Com. Hutchinson symphony season presents gifts and surprises Fox theatre 18 e. First ave. Santa land diaries Kansas kids museum at Hutchinson mall 1500 e. 11th ave. Tickets $ 8 for adults $ 7 for senior citizens. Despite the location this show is not appropriate for children. Sports 3 p. M. Trinity Catholic Junior High girls and boys basketball is. Remington at Trinity High school 1400 e. 17th ave. Games will occur throughout the evening. 6 p. M. Buhler High school is. Andale High school varsity and Jav dual wresting at Buhler highs Jim Baker fieldhouse Buhler. Other Kansas beef expo cattle show in Prairie Pavilion on Kansas state Fairgrounds 2000 n. Poplar St. For More details Call 785 259 4122. Events 11 30 a. M. Drum sax axe performs at Cool Beans at the Hutchinson depot 209 n. Walnut St. Noon Santa hours at the Hutchinson mall 1500 e. 11th ave. This runs until 7 p. M. A go Green contest will also occur. 7 30 p. M. Smoke on the Mountain presented by great Plains theatre 300 n. Mulberry St., Abilene. For details or tickets Call 888 222 4574 or visit wow. . Com. Ice age Continental Drift Fox theatre 18 e. First ave. Tickets Are $ 5 buy one get one free. Santa land diaries Kansas kids museum at Hutchinson mall 1500 e. 11th ave. Tickets $ 8 for adults $ 7 for senior citizens. Despite the location this show is not appropriate for children. Sports Buhler High school is. Winfield High school basketball at Winfield High school boys and girls freshman games Are at 4 15 p. M. Boys Jav game is at 5 45 p. M. Girls varsity game is at 6 p. M. Boys varsity game and girls Jav game Are at 7 30 p. M. Other Kansas beef expo cattle show in Prairie Pavilion on Kansas state Fairgrounds 2000 n. Poplar St. For More details Call 785 259 4122. Have an event Yourd like to add email it to Calendar Hutch news. Com Call 620 694 5700, ext. 331, or log on to Hutch news. Com Click the event Calendar and Click add your event. Please submit events at least a week in Advance. Things to do today things to do tomorrow news in a hurry world official Syria fires scud missiles at insurgents Kabul Afghanistan syrian government forces have fired scud missiles at insurgents in recent Days escalating the 2 year old conflict against rebels seeking to overthrow the regime u. S. Officials said wednesday. Speaking on condition of anonymity two officials said forces of president Basha Assad have fired the missiles froth Damascus area into Northern Syria. These officials asked not to be named because they we rent authorized to discuss the matter publicly. News of the missiles came on the same Day that More than 100 countries including the United states recognized a new syrian opposition coalition. That has further isolated assays regime and opened away for greater humanitarian assistance to the forces battling to oust him. Egypt opposition to vote no in referendum Cairo Egypt tvs opposition called on its followers wednesday to vote no in a crucial referendum on a disputed Constitution drafted by islamist supporters of . The decision came As Morsics government forged ahead with its own plan starting overseas voting in diplomatic missions for expatriates. The moves reinforced the atmosphere of a nation in crisis deeply divided Over whether toward islamic theocracy or retain its secular traditions. More opposition protest were planned judges remained on strike and there were concerns of further economic disarray after Egypt delayed a $ 4.8 billion if loan needed to revive the Economy. Correction policy p age t to a2 thursday december 13, 2012 the Hutchinson news Christophe Ena associated press religious dignitaries stand in front of Paris notre Dame Cathedral As part of a ceremony for its 850th anniversary wednesday. Dignitaries tourists and parisians gathered in the thousands for a ceremony and mass marking the beginning of year Long commemoration of notre Dame Cathedral s 850th anniversary. The news takes car with its reporting and editing but sometimes errors occur. Corrections will be published Here promptly. If you spot an error please notify Mary Rintoul managing editor at 620 694 5746 or email Rintoul Hutch news. Com. Overall company operations and editorial Page John d. Montgomery editor and publisher news department Mary Rintoul managing editor news director advertising sales and marketing Dave Gilchrist advertising director newspaper marketing Leslie Shea marketing director newspaper delivery and digital subscriber service Debbie Irwin circulation operations manager audience director accounting and human resources Rex Christner business & or director newspaper production and commercial printing Gregg Beals production director information technology Nick Hemphill repress & it manager newspaper printing Mike Heim press manager newspaper packaging Jeremy Coen packaging manager 1 800 766 3311 620 694 5700 published daily and sunday 300west 2nd Hutchinson is 67504 0190 outside Hutchinson fax 620 662 4186 uses 254820 periodical class postage paid at Hutchinson is 67504 0190. Postmaster Send address changes to the Hutchinson news p. O. Box 190, Hutchinson is 67504 0190. Subscription information single copy 75 cents daily sunday $ 2.00 suggested news Home delivery 7 Day subscription renewal policy to Start a subscription Call 694 5700 dept. 1 or 1 800 766 5730 3 month does not include tax Hutchinson $ 46.60 motor route $ 51.30 out of state mail $ 67.69 in state mail $ 52.58 for your convenience subscriptions Are automatically renewed and delivery continues at the current full rate unless our office is notified otherwise. Contact us for want More for More information see the online Calendar at Calendar. Hutch news. Com or scan this code to View it on your Mobile device. Visit scan life. Com on your Mobile browser. Download the scan life App. Scan the code to View the Calendar. Police Oregon mall shooter used stolen Rifle Clackamas county Sherriff Craig Roberts describes the locations of the victims As he Speaks at a press conference wednesday about the multiple shooting at Clackamas town Center mall in Portland Ore. Greg Wahli Stephens associated press right to work Law gives Michigan unions new task Cathedral turns 850 years

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