Tuesday, May 24, 2011

Their effective pay for that 76-minute meeting was about $7,800 each

St. Louis Post-Dispatch:
The March 17 monthly meeting of the Illinois Educational Labor Relations Board began at 10 a.m. in Springfield. 
The board members approved the minutes of the previous month's meeting. They discussed labor disputes from several school districts. They issued orders in several cases. They heard staff reports. They moved the date of the next monthly meeting. They took six votes (all unanimous), including the adjournment vote, which came at 11:16 a.m
They're politically connected appointees, naturally. This is Illinois. The chairman is married to my state Senator, Jeff Schoenberg.

One of those boards is the Illinois Health Facilities Review. Obama's buddy Tony Rezko went to jail over that one--but it still exists.

HT Steve Bartin.

Related posts: Rezko gave him cash under the table, helped him buy his car

And hereNewsalert: Unbeknownst to the Media, Tony Rezko May Have Had Financial Ties to Barack Obama

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