Union bosses and their hard-core followers often get angry when you tell the truth about the relative economic performance of Right to Work states and forced-unionism states. Just ask Lisa Autry of WKU Public Radio, a station affiliated with National Public Radio (NPR) and located in western Kentucky. Last year, in a report concerning efforts to pass a law prohibiting forced union dues and fees in the Bluegrass State, Autry stirred up a controversy simply by citing a well-established fact, […]
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