Nooo!!! Not again!!!

Actors’ petition doesn’t sway SAG board
LOS ANGELES – The prospects are looking dim for the proposal to limit which Screen Actors Guild members can vote in upcoming contract talks.
SAG’s board of directors on Saturday referred the matter to committee rather than immediately act on it, as more than 1,400 guild members demanded in a petition. It sought to restrict voting to actors who work at least one day a year.
The proposal ran into strong opposition from board members who argued it would exclude most guild members.
The majority of SAG’s 120,000 members don’t work regularly. Supporters of the proposal reason that nonworking members would be more likely to favor a walkout.
Contract negotiations with studios begin Tuesday.