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FOTF-­‐INTRO   012611-­‐EDITION   [DAPHNE  ON  CAM]   GOOD  AFTERNOON…I’M  DAPHNE  HUNT…SENIOR  RESEARCH  ANALYST  FOR  SEIU  LOCAL   1000…TODAY…WE’RE  GOING  TO  GIVE  YOU  AN  IN-­‐DEPTH  LOOK  AT  GOVERNOR  BROWN’S  PROPOSAL  TO   CLOSE  THE  STATE’S  26  BILLION  DOLLAR  BUDGET.   IF  YOU  HAVE  ANY  QUESTIONS...AT  THE  END  OF  OUR  BROADCAST…I’LL  GIVE  YOU  TWO  PLACES  WHERE   YOU  CAN  SEND  ME  AN  E-­‐MAIL   AS  MANY  OF  YOU  KNOW…THE  GOVERNOR  RELEASED  HIS  BUDGET  PROPOSAL  ON  JANUARY  10TH.    THIS   PROPOSAL  COVERS  THE  REMAINDER  OF  FISCAL  YEAR  2010-­‐11  AND  ALL  OF  FISCAL  YEAR  2011-­‐12.    THERE   ARE  STILL  A  LOT  OF  UNKNOWNS  ABOUT  WHEN  THE  RUBBER  HITS  THE  ROAD…AND  HOW  SPECIFIC   PROPOSALS  WILL  ACTUALLY  PLAY  OUT.       LOCAL  1000  IS  WORKING  HARD  ON  MANY  FRONTS  TO  FIND  OUT  DETAILS  AND  TO  COMMUNICATE  WITH   BROWN  AND  HIS  ADMINISTRATION  ABOUT  THESE  PROPOSALS.   TODAY  WE’LL  GO  OVER  THE  BASICS  OF  THE  BUDGET…WHAT  THE  REVENUE  AND  SPENDING  SITUATION   IS  AND  THE  MAJOR  COMPONENTS  OF  BROWNS  OF  THE  BUDGET.  TO  START…LETS  LOOK  AT  THE   ECONOMIC  PICTURE  IN  CALIFORNIA.   DURING  THE  GREAT  RECESSION  AND  ITS  AFTERMATH…CALIFORNIA  LOST  OVER  A  MILLION  JOBS.     UNEMPLOYMENT  ROSE  TO  12-­‐POINT-­‐SIX  PERCENT  AND  WE  KNOW  THIS  NUMBER  IS  MUCH  HIGHER   WHEN  WE  CONSIDER  THE  UNDEREMPLOYED…THOSE  WHO  CAN’T  FIND  FULL-­‐TIME  WORK.   AND  WE  KNOW  THIS  NUMBER  IS  MUCH  HIGHER  WHEN  YOU  CONSIDER  THE  UNDEREMPLOYED…THOSE   WHO  CAN’T  FIND  FULL-­‐TIME  WORK…AND  THOSE  WHO’VE  BECOME  DISENGAGED  FROM  THE  LABOR   MARKET.    A  DECEPTIVELY  STERILE  TERM  THAT  ACTUALLY  REFERS  TO  PEOPLE  WHO’VE  GIVEN  UP  EVEN   LOOKING  FOR  A  JOB.   PERSONAL  INCOME  DROPPED  FOR  THE  FIRST  TIME  SINCE  1938.    MEANWHILE…GENERAL  FUND   REVENUES  DROPPED  24  PERCENT  FROM  2007-­‐2008  TO  2009-­‐2010.      AND  THE  DEPARTMENT  OF   FINANCE  DOESN’T  EXPECT  GENERAL  FUND  REVENUES  TO  RETURN  TO  THE  LEVELS  OF  2007-­‐2008  UNTIL   2013-­‐2014  WHEN  WE’LL  STILL  HAVE  BUDGET  GAPS  THEN  BECAUSE  EXPENDITURE  LEVELS  WILL  HAVE   INCREASED  TO  MEET  THE  NEEDS  OF  A  GROWING  POPULATION.   NO  DOUBT  CALIFORNIA  HAS  A  STRUCTURAL  DEFICIT.    YEAR  AFTER  YEAR  THE  STATE  STRUGGLES  TO   RAISE  ENOUGH  REVENUES  TO  COVER  ITS  EXPENDITURES.    THIS  IS  NOT  DUE  TO  SPENDING  SIMPLY   SKYROCKETING  OUT  OF  CONTROL.    IT  IS  DUE  MORE  TO  CHANGES  THAT  HAVE  HAMSTRUNG  THE  BUDGET   AND  BUDGET  PROCESS.    ONE  BIG  CONTRIBUTOR  WAS  THE  PASSAGE  OF  PROP  13  AND  ITS  RESTRICTIONS   ON  PROPERTY  TAX  LEVELS  AS  WELL  AS  ITS  REQUIREMENT  THAT  RAISING  TAXES  TAKES  A  TWO-­‐THIRDS  


VOTE  OF  THE  LEGISLATURE  WHILE  CUTTING  THEM  ONLY  REQUIRES  A  SIMPLE  MAJORITY.    PROPOSITION   26…PASSED  IN  NOVEMBER…MADE  THE  SITUATION  EVEN  WORSE  BY  REQUIRING  A  TWO-­‐THIRDS  VOTE   FOR  MANY  FEES  AS  WELL  AS  TAXES.    ANOTHER  FACTOR  IS  THE  STATE  INITIATIVE  PROCESS…WHERE   VOTERS  CAN  PLACES  RESTRICTIONS  AND  REQUIREMENTS  ON  LARGE  PORTIONS  OF  THE   BUDGET…SOMETIMES  WITHOUT  SEEING  THE  LONG  TERM  EFFECTS.   IN  TOUGH  FINANCIAL  TIMES…THE  STRUCTURAL  DEFICIT  IS  ONLY  EXACERBATED.    BETWEEN  NOW  AND   THE  END  OF  FISCAL  YEAR  2011-­‐2012…THE  STATE  FACES  A  DEFICIT  OF  AT  LEAST  25-­‐POINT-­‐FOUR  BILLION   DOLLARS.    THIS  NUMBER  MAY  ACTUALLY  BE  AS  HIGH  AS  28  BILLION  DOLLARS  AND  THE  LEGISLATIVE   ANALYST’S  OFFICE  PREDICTS  CALIFORNIA  WILL  FACE  BUDGET  GAPS  OF  AROUND  20  BILLION  DOLLARS   EACH  YEAR  FOR  THE  FOLLOWING  FOUR  YEARS.    THE  NEXT  SLIDE  SHOWS  THE  REVENUE  PICTURE  FOR   2011-­‐2012.   ABSENT  ANY  BUDGET  OR  POLICY  CHANGES…PROJECTED  REVENUES  ARE  83.5  BILLION  DOLLARS  FOR  THE   NEXT  FISCAL  YEAR  WHILE  PROJECTED  SPENDING  IS  EXPECTED  TO  TOTAL  OVER  100  BILLION  DOLLARS.   THIS  IS  17-­‐POINT-­‐2  BILLION  DOLLARS  SHORT.    ADDING  IN  THE  CARRY-­‐OVER  DEFICIT  OF  8-­‐POINT-­‐2   BILLION  DOLLARS  FROM  THIS  CURRENT  FISCAL  YEAR…WE  GET  TO  PROJECTED  25  –POINT-­‐FOUR  BILLION   DOLLAR  HOLE  IN  THE  GENERAL  FUND.    FOR  A  LITTLE  CONTEXT…COMPARE  THIS  WHOLE  TO  THE  ENTIRE   CIVIL  SERVICE  PAYROLL  FOR  THE  STATE.    ITS  14-­‐POINT-­‐8  BILLION  DOLLARS  WITH  A  LITTLE  OVER  HALF  OF   THAT  COMING  FROM  THE  GENERAL  FUND.       LOCAL  1000’S  PAYROLL  IS  FOUR-­‐POINT-­‐SEVEN  BILLION  DOLLARS…AGAIN…WITH  A  LITTLE  OVER  HALF  OF   THAT  COMING  FROM  THE  GENERAL  FUND.    AND  THE  STATE’S  CONTRIBUTIONS  FROM  THE  GENERAL   FUND  TO  CALPERS  IS  TWO-­‐POINT-­‐FOUR  BILLION  DOLLARS.    YOU  COULD  LAY  OFF  EVERY  CIVIL   SERVANT…THOSE  POSITIONS  SUPPORTED  BY  THE  GENERAL  FUND  AS  WELL  AS  THOSE  SUPPORTED  BY   SPECIAL  AND  FEDERAL  FUNDS  AND  HALT  GENERAL  FUND  CONTRIBUTIONS  TO  THE  PENSION  SYSTEM   AND  STILL  NOT  FILL  THE  BUDGET  HOLE.       WHAT’S  MORE…WE  KNOW  THAT  STATE  WORKERS  NOT  ONLY  PROVIDE  VITAL  PUBLIC  SERVICES…BUT   MANY  STATE  EMPLOYEES  DO  WORK  THAT  BRINGS  IN  MONEY  TO  THE  STATE.    SO  HOW  DOES  BROWN   PROPOSE  WE  CLOSE  THE  BUDGET  GAP?   BROWN  PROPOSES  WHAT  HE  CALLS  A  TOUGH  BUDGET  FOR  TOUGH  TIMES  THAT  IS  BOTH  BALANCED   AND  SUSTAINABLE.   THAT  IS…UNLIKE  IS  PREDECESSOR…HE  COUNTS  ON  BOTH  CUTS  AND  REVENUES  TO  BALANCE  THE   BUDGET.    ALSO…HIS  PROPOSALS  AVOID  MANY  OF  THE  GIMMICKS  AND  ONE-­‐TIME  FIXES  THAT   SCHWARZENEGGER’S  RELIED  ON  TO  BALANCE  HIS  BUDGETS.    BROWN’S  BUDGET  INCLUDES  12-­‐POINT-­‐ FIVE  BILLION  DOLLARS  IN  CUTS  AND  12  BILLION  DOLLARS  IN  REVENUE  MEASURES.    THE  BULK  OF  THE   CUTS  WILL  TAKE  PLACE  IN  2011-­‐2012…WE’LL  DISCUSS  THESE  SHORTLY.   IT  ALSO  INVOLVES  BORROWING  A  LITTLE  UNDER  TWO  BILLION  DOLLARS  FROM  SPECIAL   FUNDS…SHIFTING  A  LITTLE  UNDER  TWO  BILLION  DOLLARS  FROM  PROPERTY  TAX…AND  BORROWING  


ABOUT  A  BILLION  DOLLARS  EACH  FROM  PROP  10  AND  PROP  63…WHICH  ARE  CHILDREN’S  PROGRAMS   AND  MENTAL  HEALTH  SERVICES,  RESPECTIVELY.    BROWNS  BUDGET  ASSUMES  THAT  THE  LEGISLATURE   WILL  ADOPT  AND  THE  GOVERNOR  WILL  SIGN  ALL  NECESSARY  MEASURES  BUT  NOT  THE  BUDGET  BY   MARCH.   THIS  IS  SO  A  REVENUE  PACKAGE  CAN  GO  BEFORE  THE  VOTERS  IN  THE  JUNE  SPECIAL  ELECTION  AND  THE   BUDGET  BE  ADOPTED  RIGHT  AFTERWARDS.    WE  WILL  DISCUSS  THIS  IN  GREATER  DETAIL  SHORTLY.     READYING  THE  BUDGET  IN  MARCH  WILL  ALSO  ALLOW  FOR  EARLIER  IMPLEMENTATION  OF  BUDGET   MEASURES  AND  GREATER  SAVINGS  TO  BE  ACHIEVED  BY  THE  END  OF  2011-­‐2012.   BROWN’S  BUDGET  PROPOSES  TO  CUT  ABOUT  ONE-­‐POINT-­‐SEVEN  BILLION  DOLLARS  FROM  MEDICAL  IN   2011-­‐2012.    THESE  CUTS  INCLUDE  LIMITED  DOCTORS  VISITS  AND  PRESCRIPTIONS  AND  IMPOSING  CO-­‐ PAYMENT  ON  DOCTORS  VISITS…EMERGENCY  ROOM  VISITS  AND  HOSPITAL  STAYS.   THE  GOVERNOR  ALSO  PROPOSES  TO  CUT  CALWORKS  BY  ALMOST  ONE-­‐POINT-­‐FIVE  BILLION  DOLLARS  IN   2011-­‐2012.    THESE  PROPOSALS  WOULD  LIMIT  FAMILIES  TO  FOUR  YEARS  OF  CASH  ASSISTANCE…DOWN   FROM  THE  CURRENT  FIVE  YEARS…AND  WOULD  CUT  GRANTS  BY  13  PERCENT  AND  CONTINUE  TO   REDUCE  FUNDING  FOR  CHILD  CARE  AND  EMPLOYMENT  ASSISTANCE.    IT  IS  ESTIMATED  THAT  THESE   CUTS  WOULD  REDUCE  THE  NUMBER  OF  FAMILIES  USING  CALWORKS  BY  21  PERCENT.       ONE  BILLION  DOLLARS  IS  PROPOSED  TO  BE  CUTS  FROM  THE  CSU  AND  UC  SYSTEMS.    $500  MILLION  EACH   IN2011-­‐2012.    $750  MILLION  IS  PROPOSED  TO  BE  CUT  FROM  THE  DEPARTMENT  OF  DEVELOPMENTAL   SERVICES  IN  2011-­‐2012.       BROWN’S  BUDGET  MAINTAINS  PROP  98  EDUCATION  FUNDING  AT  THE  SAME  LEVEL  IN  2011-­‐2012  THAT   IT  CURRENTLY  IS  IN  2010-­‐2011.    HOWEVER,  IF  THE  TAX  MEASURES  PUT  ON  THE  JUNE  BALLOT  DON’T   PASS…WE  CAN  EXPECT  DEEP  CUTS  TO  K-­‐12  EDUCATION.   THE  GOVERNOR  ALSO  PROPOSES  $380  MILLION  IN  GENERAL  FUND  SAVINGS  FROM  EMPLOYEE   COMPENSATION.    THIS  INCLUDES  $72  MILLION  FOR  THE  CARRYOVER  OF  THE  PERSONAL  LEAVE   PROGRAM  FOR  FOUR  MONTHS  FOR  2011-­‐2012.    THESE  ARE  NOT  NEW  CUTS  TO  LOCAL  1000   EMPLOYEES…THE  GOVERNOR  IS  SIMPLY  SCORING  SAVINGS  IN  THE  NEXT  FISCAL  YEAR  FOR  WHAT  WE   AGREED  TO  IN  OUR  CONTRACT  BECAUSE  THE  12  DAYS  OF  PLP  CAN  BE  EXTENDED  INTO  2011-­‐2012.   BROWN  SCORES  AN  ADDITIONAL  $308  MILLION  FOR  THE  SIX  BARGAINING  UNITS  THAT  ARE  STILL   WITHOUT  CONTRACTS.    THE  SAVINGS  ESTIMATE  ASSUMES  A  TEN  PERCENT  CUT  TO  THE  PAY  OF  THESE   WORKERS.    BROWN  ALSO  PROPOSES  A  CORE  HEALTHCARE  PLAN  TO  PROVIDE  LOWER-­‐LEVEL  COVERAGE   AT  A  LOWER  COST.    LOCAL  1000  IS  INVESTIGATING  THIS  PROPOSAL.    WE  ARE  ALSO  CLOSELY  FOLLOWING   THE  BUILDING  SALES.      ADDITIONALLY…THE  UNION  IS  WORKING  DILIGENTLY  TO  FIND  OUT  DETAILS  OF   CUTS  TO  ANY  SPECIFIC  DEPARTMENTS  AND  UNION  LEADERSHIP  IS  IN  COMMUNICATION  WITH  BROWN   AND  HIS  ADMINISTRATION.    WE  WILL  CONTINUE  TO  UPDATE  YOU  AS  WE  LEARN  MORE.  


ONE  AREA  LOCAL  1000  IS  LOOKING  SERIOUSLY  INTO  IS  BROWNS  PROPOSAL  FOR  REALIGNMENT.     ULTIMATELY  THIS  WILL  RESTRUCTURE  WHERE  MORE  THAN  $10  BILLION  IN  A  NUMBER  OF  SERVICES   WILL  BE  DELIVERED.    THIS  WILL  BE  PHASED  IN  A  NUMBER  OF  YEARS  BUT  WILL  START  IMMEDIATELY.     THE  FIRST  PHASE  INVOLVES  TRANSFERRING  ALMOST  SIX  BILLION  DOLLARS  OF  PROGRAMS  FROM  THE   STATE  TO  THE  LOCAL  LEVEL  IN  2011-­‐2012  AND  DEALS  MAINLY  WITH  PUBLIC  SAFETY.    IT  IS  PROPOSED   THAT  THIS  BE  FUNDED  THROUGH  EXTENDING  THE  ONE  PERCENT  SALES  TAX  INCREASE  AND  HALF   PERCENT  VEHICLE  LICENSE  FEE  INCREASE  THAT  ARE  CURRENTLY  DUE  TO  EXPIRE  IN  2011.    SO  THIS  IS   PART  OF  THE  PROPOSED  JUNE  2011  SPECIAL  ELECTION  TAX  PACKAGE  TO  BE  PUT  BEFORE  VOTERS.   WE’LL  DISCUSS  THIS  MOMENTARILY.   PHASE  ONE  INVOLVES  TRANSFERRING  RESPONSIBILITIES  AND  SERVICES  FOR  LOW-­‐LEVEL  OFFENDERS   AND  PAROLEES  TO  THE  LOCAL  LEVEL.    IT  ALSO  INVOLVES  ENDING  THE  STATE’S  ROLE  IN  HOUSING  AND   TREATING  YOUTHFUL  OFFENDERS  BY  TRANSFERRING  REMAINING  JUVENILE  JUSTICE  PROGRAMS  TO  THE   COUNTY  LEVEL  AND  ELIMINATING  THE  DEPARTMENT  OF  JUVENILE  JUSTICE.   THERE  ARE  OTHER  AREAS  INVOLVED  AND  WE’RE  STILL  LOOKING  INTO  A  LOT  OF  THIS.    LOCAL  1000  WILL   OF  COURSE  FIGHT  TO  MITIGATE  ANY  LAYOFFS  OF  LOCAL  1000  EMPLOYEES  THAT  MAY  RESULT  AS  A   CONSEQUENCE  OF  ANY  OF  THESE  PROPOSALS.     BROWN’S  BUDGET  INCLUDES  OTHER  PROPOSALS  FOR  REDUCING  SPENDING  AND  PROMOTING   EFFICIENCY.    THESE  INCLUDE  REORGANIZATION…WHICH  WE  ARE  ALSO  CLOSELY  FOLLOWING.    THE   GOVERNOR  IS  ALREADY  ELIMINATING  CERTAIN  AREAS  LIKE  THE  OFFICE  OF  THE  SECRETARY  OF   EDUCATION  AND  CUTTING  THE  GOVERNOR’S  OFFICE  BUDGET  BY  25  PERCENT.       WHAT’S  MORE  THE  BUDGET  ALSO  INCLUDED…DUE  TO  THE  HARD  WORK  OF  LOCAL  1000  LEGISLATIVE   DEPARTMENT…A  MENTION  THAT  REDUCING  CONTRACTING  OUT  IS  ANOTHER  WAY  TO  SEEK   EFFICIENCIES  IN  STATE  GOVERNMENT  AND  SAVE  MONEY.    PAGE  175  OF  THE  GOVERNOR’S  BUDGET   SUMMARY ��STATE’S  THAT  “THE  GOVERNOR’S  BUDGET  INCLUDES  $200  IN  SAVINGS  ASSOCIATED  WITH   IDENTIFICATION  OF  EFFICIENCIES  IN  STATE  OPERATIONS.    FOR  EXAMPLE…AND  ONE  OF  THE  OPTIONS   NOW  LISTED  IN  THE  BUDGET  IS…REDUCTIONS  IN  OTHER  AREAS  LIKE  CONTRACTING.”   WE’RE  WORKING  WITH  THE  LEGISLATURE  TO  IDENTIFY  CONTRACTS  THAT  THEY  COULD  START  WITH  IN   ORDER  TO  CUT  HUNDREDS  OF  MILLIONS  OF  DOLLARS  IN  PRIVATE  VENDOR  CONTRACTS  FROM  THE   BUDGET.       IN  ORDER  FOR  BROWN’S  BALANCED  BUDGET  APPROACH  TO  WORK…ITS  REALLY  BANKING  ON  THE   PASSAGE  OF  CONTINUED  TAX  INCREASES  FOR  THE  NEXT  FIVE  YEARS.    THIS  PROPOSAL  WOULD  BE  TAKEN   BEFORE  VOTERS  IN  JUNE  AND  INCLUDES  CONTINUING  THE  TEMPORARY  TAX  INCREASES  ADOPTED  IN   2009.   THAT  IS  TO  SAY…YOUR  CURRENT  TAX  RATES  WOULD  NOT  GO  UP.    INSTEAD…THEY  WOULD  STAY  THE   SAME  FOR  THE  NEXT  FIVE  FISCAL  YEARS  AND  THEN  DECREASE.    THEY  INCLUDE  THE  ALREADY  IN  PLACE   QUARTER  PERCENT  INCREASE  ON  ALL  PERSONAL  INCOME  TAX  BRACKETS.    THAT’S  ONE-­‐QUARTER  OF  


ONE  PERCENT.    KEEPING  THE  DEPENDENT  EXEMPTION  CREDIT  THE  SAME  AS  THE  PERSONAL  EXEMPTION   CREDIT…KEEPING  THE  VEHICLE  LICENSE  FEE  ONE-­‐HALF  OF  ONE  PERCENT  HIGHER…SO  AT  ONE-­‐POINT-­‐ ONE  FIVE  PERCENT  TOTAL…AND  KEEPING  THE  STATE’S  SALES  AND  USE  TAX  ONE  PERCENT  HIGHER  AT   SIX  PERCENT.   AS  STATED  EARLIER…THE  LAST  TWO  CONTINUED  TAX  INCREASES…THE  VLF  AND  SALES  TAX…WOULDN’T   GO  DIRECTLY  TO  THE  GENERAL  FUND.    THEY  WOULD  SUPPORT  REALIGNMENT  AND  THUS  RELIEVING   THE  GENERAL  FUND.       ONE  CANNOT  STATE  STRONGLY  ENOUGH  HOW  CRUCIAL  THE  PASSAGE  OF  THIS  TAX  PACKAGE  IS.     SHOULD  IT  NOT  PASS…THE  GOVERNOR  AND  LEGISLATURE  WILL  BE  LOOKING  TO  CUT  ANOTHER  TEN   BILLION  DOLLARS  OR  MORE  FROM  ALREADY  STRAINED  AREAS  OF  STATE  GOVERNMENT.    AS  GOVERNOR   BROWN  STATED  WHEN  HE  RELEASED  HIS  BUDGET  PROPOSAL…SHOULD  THE  TAX  EXTENSIONS  NOT   PASS…WE  CAN  EXPECT  DOUBLE  THE  CUTS  CURRENTLY  PROPOSED.   BROWN’S  BUDGET  ALSO  INCLUDES  SOME  OTHER  POSITIVE  REVENUE  MEASURES  SUCH  AS  THE   ELIMINATION  OF  ENTERPRISE  ZONES  AND  REDEVELOPMENT  FUNDS.    THESE  ARE  GREAT  STEPS  IN  THE   RIGHT  DIRECTION,  WHICH  DISALLOW  ONGOING  TAX  BENEFITS  TO  CORPORATIONS  AND  BUSINESSES   THAT  HAVEN’T  PROVEN  TO  REAP  THE  PUBLIC  BENEFITS  THEY  WERE  SUPPOSED  TO.   THE  GOVERNOR’S  BUDGET  PROPOSAL  ALSO  INCLUDES  THE  INSTITUTION  OF  THE  TAX  SHELTER  AMNESTY   FOR  CERTAIN  PERSONAL  INCOME  AND  CORPORATE  INCOME  TAXPAYERS.    TAX  AMNESTIES  HAVE   PROVEN  TO  HELP  CLOSE  THE  STATE’S  TAX  GAP  PREVIOUSLY  AND  THIS  PROGRAM  WILL  PROBABLY  DO   LIKEWISE.   SO  THAT’S  THE  BASICS  OF  THE  GOVERNOR’S  BUDGET  PROPOSAL  AND  AS  I’VE  STATED…LOCAL  1000  IS   WORKING  HARD  TO  FIND  OUT  A  NUMBER  OF  THE  DETAILS.           IF  YOU  HAVE  ANY  QUESTIONS…FEEL  FREE  TO  REACH  ME  AT  E-­‐MAIL  AT  D-­‐HUNT-­‐AT-­‐SEIU-­‐1000-­‐DOT-­‐ ORG…OR  YOU  CAN  SEND  YOUR  QUESTIONS  TO  CHANNEL-­‐1000-­‐AT-­‐SEIU-­‐1000-­‐DOT  ORG.   THANKS  FOR  WATCHING  CHANNEL  1000’S  FOCUS  ON  THE  FACTS  


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