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Wednesday, July 30, 2014

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Robert Helmick

Mandatory arbitration is intended to give the corporate side the upper hand in labor disputes. It should not be allowed in contracts where public monies are involved. I would further suggest that the National Labor Relation Board aggressively examine mandatory arbitration contracts in the private sector.

Evelyn McChesney

I am totally opposed to Mandatory Arbitration Clauses in consumer contracts: credit cards, debit cards, employee contracts, banks, mortgages, nursing home contracts- any of the ordinary contracts that consumers enter.

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