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Reward Radical Obama Appointee With Another Term? Senate Leader Can Still End Mark Pearce’s Abusive NLRB Tenure In 2013, four independent-minded employees of the Hyatt Regency Waikiki Resort and Spa in Honolulu received menacing letters from the hierarchy of the UNITE HERE (AFL-CIO) Local 5 union. The letters to employees Mark Tamosiunas, Steven Taono, Agnes […]
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Freedom of Association Only Partially Protected Government Unionism Still Being Foisted on Dissenting Employees While the U.S. Supreme Court recently took a significant step toward restoring government employees’ personal freedom to choose whether or not to associate with a labor organization, it also left in place widespread statutory provisions that put each unionized worker under […]
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South Carolina BMW Plant Employment Projected to Rise to 11,000 The extraordinary success of BMW’s factory located in Right to Work South Carolina, documented in detail this July in reports for the Associated Press (AP) and the New York Times, is illustrative of how states with laws prohibiting compulsory union dues and fees dominate U.S. […]
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Teacher Union Chiefs Lower Educator Salaries Big Labor Bosses Benefit, But ‘No Current or Future Teacher Wins’ Government union officials like National Education Association (NEA) union President Lily Eskelsen-Garcia and American Federation of Teachers (AFT/AFL-CIO) union President Randi Weingarten like to portray themselves as staunch advocates of higher salaries for K-12 public educators. But for […]
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Taxpayer-Funded Bureaucrats Ought Not Do Union Dons’ Job For Them Now that the constitutional right of public employees nationwide to join and pay dues to a union, or refuse to do either, has finally been recognized by the U.S. Supreme Court, it is an opportune time for state lawmakers to do what they can to […]
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Big Labor Politicians Plot to Circumvent High Court Decision Thanks to a landmark U.S. Supreme Court victory won by Illinois civil servant Mark Janus, with the assistance of a legal team led by Right to Work staff attorney Bill Messenger, government union bosses now face the potential loss of hundreds of millions or even billions […]
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In America today, millions of private employees are still being fleeced by bosses of unions they would never voluntarily join, even after the U.S. Supreme Court declared similar schemes in the public sector to be unconstitutional. High Court’s Janus Decision Unchained Government Employees When a small but determined coalition of freedom-loving employees and likeminded business […]
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Presidential ‘Step in the Right Direction’ Limits Big Labor’s Privilege to Bill Taxpayers For Union Business National Right to Work leaders, who urged Donald Trump when he first took office to use his executive power to curtail government union bosses’ ability to conduct union business while billing taxpayers for their time and expenses, are moderately […]
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Breadwinners’ ‘Forced-Dues State Exodus’ Between 2007 and 2017, a Net Loss of 3.2 Million ‘Peak Earners’ Union propagandists often grossly understate, or altogether “forget” about, regional cost-of-living differences when they are debating living standards in Right to Work states vs. forced-unionism states. Downplaying or ignoring this key issue makes it easier to pretend compulsory unionism […]
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The National Right to Work Act, legislation already introduced in the U.S. House (as H.R.785) and the U.S. Senate (as S.545), would prohibit the termination of private-sector employees covered by the NLRA or the RLA for mere refusal to join or bankroll a union they didn’t ask for, and don’t want.
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