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From the National Right To Work Legal Defense Foundation: Labor Board Sets Trial to Prosecute Missouri IBEW Union for Making Illegal Forced Dues Demands from Nonmember IBEW officials violated nonmember worker’s rights by demanding non-chargeable union dues and failing to provide legally-required disclosures Neosho, MO (July 23, 2018) – The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) […]
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‘Our Quality of Life Will Improve’ Relocating to Right to Work Idaho Lifts Workers’ Living Standards Bob Piazza is the president of a high-tech pump manufacturer that has operated successfully in Sonoma, Calif., for 70 years. But not for much longer. As Sonoma Index-Tribune editor Lorna Sheridan reported on April 30, before the end of […]
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Businesses Lopsidedly Prefer to Hire in Right to Work States As regular readers of the National Right to Work Newsletter know, there is a mountain of evidence indicating that laws and legislation authorizing and promoting compulsory union financial support as a job condition are economically harmful. One especially powerful example is the survey of […]
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Senators Seek to Drag More Workers Into Unions Likely 2020 Democrat Presidential Hopefuls Target Right to Work Several U.S. senators who have been named by Inside-the-D.C. Beltway pundits as potential contenders for the 2020 Democrat presidential nomination recently banded together to introduce legislation that would greatly expand Big Labor’s legal power to corral workers into […]
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Right to Work Tax Freedom Day Comes Sooner Higher Living Costs Exacerbate Forced-Unionism Tax Disadvantage On April 19, according to the nonpartisan, Washington, D.C.- based Tax Foundation, “Tax Freedom Day” (TFD) 2018 finally arrived. The Tax Foundation’s entire analysis is available at www.taxfoundation.org — the group’s website. As the Tax Foundation explains, TFD is “the […]
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But Right to Work Law Bars ‘Forced Dues For Misrepresentation’ This spring, Kentucky was one of a number of states in which government union bigwigs helped incite some rank-and-file teachers to engage in illegal strikes that shut down K-12 public schools. Americans overwhelmingly support higher pay for hardworking and effective teachers, and when necessary in […]
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‘Progressive Infrastructure’ Will ‘Crumble’? Big Labor-Backed Political Activists Anxiously Await Janus Ruling Soon after this Newsletter edition goes to press, the U.S. Supreme Court is expected to decide whether government union bosses and politicians violate the First Amendment when they force a civil servant to bankroll a union he or she would never join voluntarily […]
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‘We Have the Ability, in a Sense, to Elect Our Own Boss’ Nearly a decade has passed since the end of the last national recession, and this year real growth of the entire U.S. economy is currently projected by the Congressional Budget Office to surge to 3.3%, or more than in any year since 2005. […]
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Biased Regulations Keep Union Monopolists Entrenched For Decades On April 11, the U.S. Senate voted to confirm President Trump’s nomination of attorney John Ring for an open seat on the powerful, five-member National Labor Relations Board (NLRB). With Mr. Ring seated as NLRB chairman, the NLRB now, it seems, has three members who aren’t profoundly […]
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Politicians Urged to Get Off the Fence Constituents’ Message: Keep Pro-Right to Work Campaign Promises A little more than a year and a half ago, 22 candidates were elected to Congress for the first time after pledging, in response to the National Right to Work Committee’s Survey 2016, to sponsor or cosponsor legislation abolishing federally […]
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