Big Labor’s allies sometimes concede that states with Right to Work laws, which bar the firing of employees for refusal to pay dues or fees to their “exclusive” (monopolistic) union bargaining agents, enjoy accelerated job creation. Whenever forced-unionism apologists do make this concession, they insist the jobs created in Right to Work states are “the wrong kind.” But the fact is, it is in the non-Right to Work states as a group where new jobs are more typically not productive […]
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