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National Right to Work President applauds legislation to end union officials’ government-granted power to force workers to pay dues or be fired Washington, D.C. (February 19, 2019) Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) has introduced the National Right to Work Act (S. 525) in the U.S. Senate. The one-page bill would end Big Labor’s federally authorized power […]
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A Decade After Taxpayers Bailed Them Out, UAW Union Bosses Are Still Destroying Autoworkers’ Jobs Americans who were recently inundated with media reports regarding the November 26 announcement by Big Labor-impaired automaker General Motors (GM) that it intends to idle five of its plants in the U.S. and Canada, and eliminate up to 15% of […]
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Last week, notorious International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW) Local 98 union kingpin John Dougherty and six of his lieutenants (including Philadelphia City Councilman Bobby Henon, who has remained on the union payroll while he holds public office) were charged with embezzlement, bribery and theft in a 116-count indictment. Politico reports that prosecutors charge Dougherty […]
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DC Circuit Court Gives NLRB 30-days to respond to Mandamus Order re: 5-year old NRTW case National Right To Work Legal Defense Foundations case-related post: Federal Court Asked to Order NLRB to Rule in Nine Year Old Case Attacking Forced Union Fees for Lobbying Case pending at Labor Board for more than five years also […]
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DC Circuit Court Gives NLRB 30-days to respond to Mandamus Order re: 5-year old NRTW case National Right To Work Legal Defense Foundations case-related post: Federal Court Asked to Order NLRB to Rule in Nine Year Old Case Attacking Forced Union Fees for Lobbying Case pending at Labor Board for more than five years also […]
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Big Labor Politicos Don’t Speak For Educators Sooner Teacher Candidates Run Against NEA-Boss Platform and Win In the spring of 2018, Oklahoma was one of a number of states in which government union bigwigs helped incite some teachers to engage in illegal strikes that shut down government schools. It’s a fact: Americans overwhelmingly support higher […]
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Public Alerted About Pro-Forced Dues Candidates Survey Program Featured Mailings, Emails and Advertising Thanks to National Right to Work Committee members’ generous assistance, the Committee’s Survey 2018 program helped bring about a significant increase in U.S. Senate support for federal forced-dues repeal legislation in November. From the beginning of the 2018 election cycle, it was […]
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Right to Work Consolidates Recent State Gains Bids to Bring Back Forced Dues Will Be ‘Categorically’ Rejected Thanks to recent progress made by Right to Work proponents, 27 of the 50 states now have laws on the books prohibiting forced union dues and fees, and just over half of all Americans today enjoy the benefits […]
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Union Monopolists Make Schools Less Effective ‘Substantial’ Negative Impact on Student Achievement Documented One advantage American school reformers have over their counterparts in many other countries is that, thanks to the vertical separation of powers in the U.S. Constitution, the 50 state governments today retain a substantial degree of control over how schools are funded […]
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Union Boss-Dominated, Knee-Deep in Debt Right to Work States Are Better Prepared For Next Fiscal Storm A recent report prepared for the Arlington, Va.-based Mercatus Center adds to the evidence that government union officials endowed with monopoly-bargaining and forced-dues privileges have routinely wielded them to jack up governments’ long-term and unfunded spending commitments. As a […]
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