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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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Right to Work Expands U.S. Senate Support Big Labor Spends Nearly $2 Billion to Slow Right to Work Progress Despite facing a challenging political climate in November’s elections, the Right to Work movement was able to make real progress in key areas even as it defended gains in others. At the federal level, the most […]
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Forced-Dues State Households Have Less to Spend Higher Costs For Consumers Translate Into Lower Living Standards On paper, it seems like K-12 public school teachers are paid well in forced-unionism California. According to an analysis furnished to the media by National Education Association (NEA) union bosses, the average annual salary for a teacher in the […]
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Workplace Freedom Makes Employees Happier Quantitative Analysis Supports Ordinary Americans’ Intuition In addition to revoking Big Labor bosses’ privilege to get millions of employees fired should they refuse to join or bankroll a union, the passage and implementation of five new Right to Work laws over the past seven years has provided scholars with a […]
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Farmworkers Finally Allowed to Cast Off Union After Five-Year Fight, Votes Against UFW Monopolists Are Counted For six years, thousands of employees of Fresno, Calif.-based Gerawan Farming, the nation’s largest peach grower, tried to tell United Farm Workers (UFW) union bosses to go away. And five years ago, Gerawan employees who want to be able […]
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Right to Work Mobilizing in State After State Protecting Workers From Forced Unionism the ‘Right Thing to Do’ This fall, members of grass-roots groups based in states as diverse as New Hampshire, Illinois and Montana are striving with all their might to follow in the footsteps of Kentucky Right to Work activists. Freedom-loving citizens in […]
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Union Bosses Going All Out to Capture Congress Recent Radicalization of Big Labor Allies Raising 2018 Stakes With just a short time to go until Election Day, Big Labor bosses are publicly predicting their enormous, forced union dues-funded political war chest will enable them to switch operational control of both chambers of the U.S. Congress […]
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