Taking on the governor<br> to protect unionized workers

GEORGE H. NEE sees recent revelations about high-priced consulting contracts at the R.I. Department of Transportation as an example of the dangers of privatization. /
GEORGE H. NEE sees recent revelations about high-priced consulting contracts at the R.I. Department of Transportation as an example of the dangers of privatization. /
George Nee is a lightning rod. As one of Rhode Island’s most powerful union leaders – and a man not afraid to wield his political influence – he is at the center of many major controversies, not just involving labor rights, but also issues such as the state’s workers’ compensation system and The Beacon Mutual…

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