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Tax Burdens Heavier in Forced-Dues States Lower Housing, Energy Costs Magnify Right to Work Tax Advantage On April 16, according to the nonpartisan, Washington, D.C.-based Tax Foundation, “Tax Freedom Day” (TFD) 2019 finally arrived. The Tax Foundation’s entire analysis is available at www.taxfoundation.org — the group’s web site. As the Tax Foundation explains, TFD is […]
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‘If You Quit the Union, You’ll Lose Your Job’ Grocery Worker Whom Union Boss Threatened Files NLRB Complaint Early in the afternoon on Thursday, April 11, top bosses of five subsidiaries of the mammoth United Food & Commercial Workers union (UFCW) sent more than 30,000 New England supermarket employees out on strike. And UFCW bigwigs […]
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Big Labor Politicians Flaunt Supreme Court Washington Governor Poised to Sign Unconstitutional Legislation It’s now been roughly a year since 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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Monopolistic Unionism Hurts Autoworkers Union-Free Factories Help Make Tennessee an ‘Automotive Leader’ As this Newsletter edition goes to press in early May, United Auto Workers (UAW/AFL-CIO) union bosses are embroiled in their latest bid to corral employees at the Volkswagen (VW) motor vehicle-assembly plant in Chattanooga, Tenn., into a union collective. [UAW has since been […]
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Union-label Gov. Andrew Cuomo and other New York politicians are feeling the heat. The Albany-based Empire Center for Public Policy’s recent analyses of out-of-control overtime costs at New York City’s taxpayer-funded Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) have generated a spate of media exposés this spring. Overtime abuses are reportedly most rampant in the Long Island Railroad […]
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Big Labor Spends How Much on Politics? Union Electioneering/Lobbying Cost Over $2 Billion in 2018 Election Cycle Drawing on data furnished by four major public-disclosure resources, the National Institute for Labor Relations Research has recently, and conservatively, estimated that Big Labor spent more than $2 billion on politics and lobbying in 2017 and 2018. The […]
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West Virginia Worker Submits Amicus Brief to State Supreme Court Defending Right to Work Law Against Union Boss Lawsuit Mountain State union lawyers’ legal challenge seeks to re-impose Big Labor’s power to have workers fired for refusing to pay union dues or fees Charleston, WV (June 20, 2019) – National Right to Work Legal Defense […]
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Presidential Hopefuls Vow to Kill Right to Work Pay Big Labor to Undercut Your ‘Economic Interests,’ or Be Fired! Kamala Harris, the junior U.S. senator from California and one of roughly 20 hopefuls for the Democrat Party’s 2020 presidential nomination, knows full well that many employees who are subject to union monopoly bargaining would be […]
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116th Congress Are your Members Of Congress on this list? If not, click here and sign the National Right To Work Act petition now! Alabama Rep Mo Brooks (05) 5/8/2019 Rep Gary Palmer (06) 5/8/2019 Arizona Rep Paul A. Gosar (04) 5/8/2019 Rep Andy Biggs (05) 5/8/2019 […]
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