Rep. Charles Wilson: Union power, prostitution, trapping, and GWSA repeal

This commentary is by state Rep. Charles Wilson. He is a resident of Lyndon and the House member for the Caledonia-2 district.

Apparently, some are putting up red flags because of my missing some floor votes with no knowledge of why this has happened. Some may even wonder why I have chosen not to attend some public appearances. My email and cell number are no secret. Please ask me if you wish.

From my actual time spent in my House Committee and Floor sessions, I make this report.

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Rep. Charles Wilson

H.-74. – Representative Mark Higley and others including myself, have put forth this bill to repeal the GWSA along with the 23-member appointed Climate Council. The Speaker of the House has yet to put this through to even be considered. Why?

H.287. and S.78. – This bill will turn temporary State Employees over to Union boss control … and H.454 will turn Vermont State College adjunct faculty over to the union bosses as well.

H.138 – This bill would penalize State Grant Recipients and contractors when they try and have honest discussions with their employees and workers about the consequences of union monopoly bargaining.

Also, prostitution, both male and female, is now decriminalized under Burlington ordinances and now is being considered as a statewide privilege along with taxpayer paid health care. The moral and ethical implications for this in our State is deplorable and leads to child abuse, human-trafficking, and crime.

Trapping is also under attack for being cruel and ugly. Well, so is the making of hamburger from a cow. Coyotes, hunting, and gun control continue to be popular topics, but really only will hinder law-abiding citizens from their rights. It will do nothing – absolutely nothing, to stop criminals.

There is in Vermont a mounting frustration and anger of the people over taxes, inflation, cost of schools and education, of law and order in our streets and neighborhoods, rising rents and increased home and land accessibility and cost. The wealthy stand to acquire and possess whatever they want. It is honestly, the real “Selling of Vermont.”

There is one very bright spot. The “Affordable Heat Act” has been halted for a two year study because of a massive outpouring of resistance from citizens and businesses in Vermont. The fuel dealers lined the halls of the State House in solidarity! We desperately need more of this because the Constitution states that the Government works for the people. No Socialism, please.

One last thing. This past week in the House Chamber, a quite noticeable act: The Pledge of Allegiance was left out of daily protocol. Some may choose not to participate, and that is their right. However, should the rest of us be denied this solemn pledge to our Nation?

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4 thoughts on “Rep. Charles Wilson: Union power, prostitution, trapping, and GWSA repeal

  1. Trapping animals is cruel but brainwashing and manipulating minors into cutting off their reproductive organs isn’t cruel. I am confused.

  2. You dispute the undeniable truth of the Progressive dogma? Heresy! You will be shunned and persecuted. O,K., I know that’s an absolute contradiction, but Progressives execute absolute contradictions all the time. Look at their economy.

    • Heres one for you. They passed a law to allow people from other states to come here and use our “right to die law” without consequences. They are currently working on a gun law to require a 72 hour waiting period to “reduce suicide”……The monkeys are running the circus and they aren’t mine. Idiocy at its finest!

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