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‘Unprecedented Threat’ Against Supreme Court Big Labor Politicians Out to Undo Janus, by Hook or by Crook Towards the end of a nakedly political brief they submitted to the U.S. Supreme Court last August that was putatively addressing a Second Amendment case, five Big Labor U.S. senators launched a jarring attack on the principle and […]
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If You Can’t Beat ‘Em . . . Buy ‘Em!’ Union-Impaired Firm Acquires 49.9% Stake in Union-Free Competitor Three months ago, the National Right to Work Newsletter reported on the remarkable success of a five-year-old, union-free steel mill located in Right to Work Arkansas. Citing an August 2019 report for Forbes magazine by business journalist […]
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Favorite Excuse For Forced Union Fees Is Bunk Pro-Organized Labor Law Professor Eviscerates ‘Benefit’ Canard To justify their opposition to Right to Work laws and their support for compulsory union financial support, union officials and their allies invoke, time and again, Section 9(a) of the National Labor Relations Act and parallel provisions in other federal […]
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Trump Labor Board Makes Slow Progress Obama Bureaucrats’ Pro-Forced Unionism Legacy Mostly Still Intact This winter, pro-Right to Work citizens across the country are contacting the White House to urge President Donald Trump not to nominate a radical proponent of coercive legal privileges for union officials to fill either of the two current vacancies on […]
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Girded For Battle in Right to Work Virginia ‘Compulsory Unionism Is as Unpopular as Ever in the Old Dominion’ Boosted by ample Big Labor money and manpower flowing into their campaigns from out of state, union-label Democrat politicians have seized control of the Virginia General Assembly. Almost as soon as the November returns were in, […]
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NEWS RELEASE: SASLAW INTRODUCES RIGHT TO WORK REPEAL BILL Springfield, VA (January 10, 2020) – National Right to Work Committee President Mark Mix today slammed Virginia Senate Majority Leader Dick Saslaw, charging he is both intellectually dishonest and acting against employee choice. At issue is the fact that on the final day before the Virginia […]
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According to Fox Business, former-UAW Region 5 Director Vance Pearson is scheduled for preliminary hearing involving his alleged corruption while serving as a UAW Director. Region 5 covered the states of: Missouri, Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Louisiana, Kansas, Colorado, New Mexico, California, Oregon, Nevada, Arizona, Utah, Idaho, Alaska, Washington, and Hawaii. The UAW International Executive Board […]
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Grocery Workers Win Cases Against UFCW Union Bosses for Illegal Strike Threats Union officials forced to refund seized dues, cease misleading workers about their rights BOSTON, MA – This September, National Right to Work Legal Defense Foundation staff attorneys won precedent-setting settlements for Massachusetts Stop & Shop employees Saood Rafique and Matthew Coffey. The two […]
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Foundation Assists Workers During UAW Union Boss-Ordered GM Strike Strike order comes during growing UAW boss corruption and embezzlement investigation DETROIT, MI – In September, United Auto Workers (UAW) union bosses ordered tens of thousands of General Motors workers on strike. The strike came as federal prosecutors were intensifying their investigation into embezzlement and corruption […]
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The feds, and many states and localities, still deduct union dues from paychecks without consent. Fourteen months ago the Supreme Court held that the First Amendment protects government employees from being forced to subsidize unions. Janus v. AFSCME affirmed that some five million state and local workers have the legal right to stop such payments. […]
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