The group that negotiated the current CBA proposal is even more strongly against the deal than it was last week.
Clarence E. Hill, Jr. of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram reports, and PFT has confirmed, that the Executive Committee’s vote against the proposed CBA went from 6-5 on Friday to 7-4 on Tuesday. Which means that another member of the Executive Committee changed his vote in the past few days.
The seven of 11 members who oppose the labor deal likely won’t remain silent about their opposition. The effort now becomes persuading the rank and file to vote for or against the CBA. It remains to be seen how intent the campaign will become.