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Undercover Tape Exposes Pay For Play At Rutgers University

by News on October 24, 2011

in State and Local, Union Politics and Transparency

By John Hayward/Human Events

James O’Keefe and Project Veritas have published some striking new undercover investigative work, revolving around Professor Jeff Keefe of Rutgers University, and his expressed willingness to suppress a study that would prove inconvenient to labor unions.

The state of Ohio is currently preparing to vote on S.B. 5, a bill that would reform collective bargaining practices which have left the state $46.5 billion in the hole (putting every Ohio citizen $6150 in debt on behalf of the labor unions.)  Professor Keefe does research for the Economic Policy Institute, a union-friendly think tank.

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