On Nov. 8, you'll vote on an Illinois constitutional amendment.
“Proposed Amendment to the 1970 Illinois Constitution ..."
You may have heard it referred to as Amendment 1 or the Workers Rights Amendment.
While this ballot question may not seem like a big deal, it could be one of the most consequential votes you ever cast.
The amendment, which only applies to government workers, could void more than 350 state laws, including discipline for government workers.
When government workers are no longer accountable to the citizens they serve … our most vulnerable pay the price.
Look no further than the case of DCFS worker Brett Wexstten. Brett is accused of downloading child pornography.
If passed, the amendment could allow DCFS to eliminate mandatory background checks through collective bargaining.
DCFS could also eliminate employment bans on adults deemed “sexually dangerous” by the state of Illinois.
It’s up to you to protect children from predators like Brett Wexstten.
Vote “NO” on the “Proposed Amendment to the 1970 Illinois Constitution ..."
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