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Lawmakers Urged to Liberate Civil Servants Big Labor’s Monopoly-Bargaining Privileges Spawn Manifold Abuses Under special-interest statutes now on the books in more than 30 states, public employees who don’t wish to join a union are prohibited from dealing directly with their employer on key matters concerning their jobs. And such independent-minded workers may also be […]
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Right to Work Helps West Virginia Rebound Incomes Rising, Welfare Dependency Declining in Mountain State Three years ago this February, pro-Right to Work West Virginia legislators overrode Big Labor Democrat Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin’s veto to make the Mountain State the 26th to prohibit union officials from forcing employees to fork over a portion of […]
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A recent update regarding the ever-expanding United Auto Workers (UAW) union corruption scandal by Detroit News journalists Robert Snell and Daniel Howes suggests more indictments may well be coming.Three former UAW union officials and the widow of a deceased UAW vice president have already been convicted, and recently-indicted former Vice President Norwood Jewell is reportedly […]
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Union Dons Defiantly Cling to Coercive Power Attempt to Undermine High Court Decision by Deceiving Workers Last June, the U.S. Supreme Court decided that government employers across the country may not deduct union dues or fees from employees’ paychecks unless the employees “clearly and affirmatively consent before any money is taken from them . . […]
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Last week, the U.S. Labor Department issued updated and revised annual data for payroll manufacturing employment in each of the 50 states. The newly-published figures for 2018 show that 6.76 million manufacturing jobs — or 53% of all factory jobs across the U.S. — are located in the 27 states that have passed and implemented […]
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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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