Teachers File FEC Complaint against NEA for Illegal PAC Money Laundering Scheme
The National Right to Work Foundation announced it is filing a formal complaint with the Federal Election Commission on behalf of two Alabama educators and itself against the National Education Association teacher union and two NEA affiliates for an illegal political fundraising scheme recently uncovered.
The case raises serious questions about the role played by the nation’s largest teacher union in electing Barack Obama and scores of other Far Left, pro-forced-unionism politicians last year.
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