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A Kentucky Senate committee on Friday passed the "right-to-work" bill, sending it to the full Senate, which passed it during a rare Saturday session. "I personally have no problem with an individual opting to be part of a labor union ... but government shouldn't stand in the way of someone who opts not to join a union," said Speaker of the House Jeff Hoover in a statement earlier this week. It is widely expected that Republican Governor Matt Bevin will sign the bill into law in the coming days. If so, Kentucky will immediately become the 27th state and last Southern state to enact "right-to-work" legislation. The state Senate also passed an ultrasound abortion bill that was approved by the House on Thursday. Supporters of the "right-to-work" measure say it will make Kentucky more competitive with neighboring states with similar laws in attracting new business. Kentucky has been unable to pass "right-to-work" legislation in the past because of its strong union ties across the state, labor leaders said. The Republican-led state Senate had passed similar bills in recent years, but House Democrats refused to hear the bills. "The future of the fight is in, as best we can, trying to stop the erosion of wages, benefits and safety," said Caitlin Lally, a spokeswoman for the United Food and Commercial Workers Local 227 in Louisville and vice president of the Greater Louisville Central Labor Council.

They were counting and posting stock on hand to determine what had been sold and what hadnt moved in their gift shop off the main lobby and, of course, what new stock had to be ordered. Volunteer Supervisor Johnette Raggsdale, gift shop managers Anita Bates and Sharon Walther along with Cheree Blankenship were busy with pads and pencils in hand to tally up what was on their shop shelves and in a storage room down the hallway which is 25 percent the size of the some 300-square-foot shopping area. Raggsdale was pitching in despite a compound fracture of her left arm that kept her in the hospital for a week recovering from a fall that had her also ordered to bed rest at home for several days. Volunteers agreed they had done their best to keep her away, noting that she has such a passion for her hospital duties that it wasnt in the cards she continued to show up on a part time basis after first calling in volunteer staff directions. The shop stays up with the fashions from fine Infinity Scarves to handbags and Indian purses that range in price from $18 to $50. And then there are the Angels of Prayer in just about every design on the volunteers top shelves. Jewelry and contemporary watch designs grace their counter. A silk long stemmed red rose bud has been a favorite for friends visiting hospital shut-ins and wanting to take something small but meaningful to their sick and injured friends. There were only four left in the inventory posting. Who knows what is going to sell, Walther said of their stock on hand. The problem is that the shop is too small to display all that the volunteers purchase at the gift shows in the Bay Area. The women were so intrigued with what they were doing with a passion Monday, that they skipped lunch for their inventory duties. Thirty different varieties of candies cram one set of shelves from the standard Hershey Bars to Baby Ruths along with the Cup of Golds that were so very popular more than 50 years ago and are still selling. Licorice sticks both black and red that can be had for just 15 cents for two of each. Then there are the pound boxes of Sees and smaller boxes that sell at Christmas, Valentines Day and Easter. Small childrens T-shirts that were found back in storage emblazoned with sayings like, Im the little brother, and Im a big sister, and are about to be given away to needy youngsters in the community simply because they are not moving. Why? There wasnt room for them to be displayed in the shop. Volunteer Anita Bates wears a pair of granny glasses that are on sale on their counter saying theyre cute, she said.

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