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Right to Work States Are Far More Affordable Banning Compulsory Union Dues Makes Your Dollar Go Further Late this winter, the Jefferson City-based Missouri Economic Research and Information Center, a state government agency, published its annual comparative cost-of-living indices for 2018. As MERIC explains on its website, it “derives the cost of living index for […]
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Forced-Dues States Face Mounting Income Losses Day Is Coming When Big Labor Politicians Must ‘Face the Facts’ For decades, hardworking taxpayers have been fleeing slow-growth states that permit the firing of employees for refusal to bankroll an unwanted union and relocating in faster-growth Right to Work states, where such firings are impermissible. Considered as a […]
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Wisconsin Radio Talk Show Host (WISN) Vicki McKenna interviews National Right To Work Committee President Mark Mix about Amazon’s NY Fail, Jobs in Right To Work States Booming, and more
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Forced-Unionism Abuses Exposed — The facts Big Labor bosses would rather you didn’t hear about. “[C]ompulsory unionism and corruption go hand in hand . . . .” — U.S. Sen. John McClellan (D-Ark.) A few weeks ago, roughly halfway through the 2018-19 school year, government union bosses in California waged a six-day school walkout that […]
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‘We’re Not About Improving the System’ Empire State K-12 School Costs Soar Even as Enrollment Plummets “We’re not about improving the [government school] system . . . .” With these words, New York City Schools Chancellor Richard Carranza, an appointee of union-label Mayor Bill de Blasio, declared, in an appearance at Al Sharpton’s National Action […]
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Public-Safety Employees’ Freedom Under Fire Will D.C. Politicians Override State Public Sector Labor Laws? Ever since he assumed control over the International Association of Firefighters (IAFF) union nearly two decades ago, Harold Schaitberger has battled to ram through Congress legislation federally mandating union monopoly-bargaining control over state and local public-safety employees nationwide. But so far, […]
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‘Billing Taxpayers For Union Work Is Our Right’ So-Called ‘Official Time’ Negatively Affects Patient Care Less than a week after Donald Trump was elected as America’s 45th President, National Right to Work Committee leaders urged him to use his executive power to curtail union bosses’ ability to conduct union business while billing taxpayers for their […]
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National Right to Work Committee: Amazon “Dodged a Bullet” By Cancelling HQ2 in Forced Unionism New York National Right to Work President Mark Mix encourages Amazon to consider the advantages of locating planned Long Island City HQ in a Right to Work state Link to news release Springfield, VA (March 5, 2019) – National Right […]
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Pro-Right to Work Nevadans Gird For Battle Compulsory Unionism the ‘Last Thing’ Nevada Employees Need As union insider Brian Young correctly pointed out in a post-election wrap-up commentary last November, it is “largely thanks to the work of the Culinary Workers” union hierarchy that Democrat politicians will control the governorship and both chambers of the […]
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NLRB Kent Hospital case link National Right To Work Legal Defense Foundation News Release: NLRB Rules Union Officials Violated Federal Law by Forcing Nonmember Workers to Pay for Union Lobbying Activities Labor Board ruling also found union violated Rhode Island nurse’s rights by not providing independent verification that its compulsory fee calculation was audited Washington, […]
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