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Judges and Lawmakers Have Duty to Protect Employees’ Free Speech Today more than 20 states have laws on the books explicitly requiring all or some front-line public servants who are subject to Big Labor monopoly bargaining in the workplace to pay dues or fees to a union they may not want as a condition […]
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According to a senior researcher from the National Institute for Labor Relations Research’s article at CNSNews, aggregate employment growth in the 22 states that had still not adopted Right to Work legislation as of the end of last year grew by less than half the Right to Work average. From CNSNews: “Six states suffered employment […]
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Big Labor’s ongoing scheme to prevent Missouri’s 13-month-old Right to Work law from taking effect is undermining the state’s prosperity. New U.S. Labor Department employment data add to the rapidly growing body of evidence that Missourians are losing numerous good job opportunities as a consequence of Right to Work’s being put on hold by union bosses. At […]
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Pro-Union Monopoly Policies Plunging Nutmeg State Into Deep Debt Late last year, Connecticut Gov. Dannel Malloy (D) signed a state budget that has papered over a vast $5.1 billion deficit, but utterly failed to correct fiscal imbalances that are primarily the result of labor policies authorizing and promoting monopolistic unionism in government. In the wake […]
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Organized Labor-Controlled Funds Have Been Appallingly Mismanaged Roughly a year after being sworn in as America’s 45th President, Donald Trump is coming under increasing pressure to defuse a number of policy “time bombs” planted by his predecessor during his second term in office. And one of the most seemingly intractable of these “time bombs” […]
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Many Forced-Dues States See ‘Good Job’ Opportunities Fall Sharply The National Right to Work Committee has furnished numerous analyses over the years citing U.S. Census Bureau data that show forced-unionism states as a group chronically fail to offer appealing job opportunities to retain and attract college-educated, working-age adults. For example, an article published in this […]
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‘In Practice, You Can’t Enforce the First Amendment Half-Way’ Four decades ago, when it first considered a National Right to Work Legal Defense Foundation-backed challenge to the constitutionality of government-sector forced unionism, the U.S. Supreme Court tried to “split the baby” with regard to civil servants’ First Amendment rights. Writing for the court in Abood […]
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According to Neal Asbury, chief executive of The Legacy Companies and NewsMax contributor: “If there is still any doubt that the policies of right-to-work states bring enormous benefits for the economy and workers, a story in the Wall Street Journal revealed that foreign auto companies soon “will build more cars and trucks in America than the […]
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Freedom From Union Violence Act Would Close ‘Lethal Loophole’ On November 16, pro-Right to Work U.S. Congressman Steve King (R-Iowa) introduced H.R.4422, a common-sense legal reform also known as the Freedom from Union Violence Act. This legislation would hold union officials who plan, commit, or foment extortionate violence against a firm’s employees or owners to […]
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National Right to Work Determined to Clear the Air by This Fall Since the first state Right to Work laws were passed, Big Labor has tried over and over — in Arizona, Nevada, Arkansas, Idaho, and most recently South Dakota — to use ballot measures to reinstitute compulsory union dues after a comprehensive state ban […]
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