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Compulsory Unionism Correlated With Lower Real Compensation Pro-Right to Work citizens emphatically believe that the individual employee should be free to choose which private organizations, if any, he or she financially supports, regardless of what the government, the business owner, or other employees think. That’s why, for millions of Americans, compulsory unionism is primarily a […]
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Boeing’s South Carolina facility is just one of many examples illustrating how workplaces free of monopolistic unionism and Big Labor-imposed work rules excel in innovation, productivity and achievement. A decade ago, when Boeing announced plans to build a commercial airplane assembly plant in N. Charleston, S.C., far from the company’s traditional manufacturing base in forced-unionism […]
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Union Bosses Poised to Feed at New $287 Billion Federal Trough The U.S. Senate is expected soon to take up S.2302, a $287 billion infrastructure package that has substantial support among Democrats and Republicans on Capitol Hill and about which President Trump has spoken favorably. Proponents of S.2302, otherwise known as “America’s Transportation Infrastructure Act,” […]
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‘Tire Boom’ Underway in Right to Work Tennessee From 2010 to 2017, State’s Automotive Exports Soared by 59% With the national media and all too many local news outlets already dominated by angry 2020 presidential campaign rhetoric, stories about how American employees and their employers are succeeding in serving customers and making better lives for themselves […]
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It’s ‘Pro-Worker’ to Court Alleged Embezzlers of Workers’ Money?? The stench of corruption has long been emanating from United Auto Workers (UAW) union headquarters in Detroit. But federal, state and local politicians continue, even today, to plug their noses and court UAW kingpins. Hopefuls for the 2020 Democrat presidential nomination, in particular, have been remarkably […]
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Then UAW President Gary Jones sent his daughter to Palm Springs and paid for her stay with UAW union money. “Neither Jones nor his family member paid the UAW for his daughter’s week-long use of the Palm Springs townhome in January 2014.” Gary Jones racked-up over $180,000 in personal expenses that he charged to his […]
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Thanks largely to aggressive grass-roots activism by members of the National Right to Work Committee, the number of congressional cosponsors of the forced-dues repeal legislation introduced in the U.S. House and Senate early this year continues to rise.
S.525 and H.R.2571, respectively introduced early in the 2019-20 Congress by Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) and Rep. Joe Wilson (R-S.C.), had a combined total of nearly 100 sponsors as this Newsletter went to press in early October.
These essentially identical bills would not add a single word to federal labor law.
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National Right To Work Legal Defense Foundation Attorneys Win Again for Ohio Public Sector Employees and Bus Driver Donna Fizer OAPSE officials back down when faced with bus driver’s federal lawsuit challenging union’s “escape period” policy as violation of Supreme Court’s Janus v. AFSCME decision Cincinnati, OH (November 12, 2019) — With free legal aid from the National […]
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St. Louis Paramedic Appeals to National Labor Relations Board General Counsel in Case Charging Teamsters Officials with Illegal Retaliation St. Louis, MO (November 6, 2019) – With free legal aid from the National Right to Work Legal Defense Foundation, St. Louis-area paramedic Jarod Aubuchon is appealing his case against Teamsters Local 610 union bosses to […]
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VENTURA, CA – National Right to Work Legal Defense Foundation staff attorneys are fighting nationwide in courts to ensure that public sector employees from every walk of life can exercise their First Amendment rights under the Janus v. AFSCME decision, which in 2018 eliminated union dues and fees as a condition of employment for all public sector workers […]
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