Truman Vetoes Taft-Hartley and its Right To Work Protections National Labor Relations Act (NLRA): In 1935, the Federal government forced all states to allow unions to compel employees in the private sector to join and pay union dues or lose their jobs. Rather than eliminate the NLRA, Congress chose to try to make a bad law better. In 1947 after overriding President Truman’s veto, Congress enacted legislation known as the Taft-Hartley Act. Instead of abolishing the NLRA forced dues […]
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Truman Vetoes Taft-Hartley and its Right To Work Protections National Labor Relations Act (NLRA): In 1935, the Federal government forced all states to allow unions to compel employees in the private sector to join and pay union dues or lose their jobs. Rather than eliminate the NLRA, Congress chose to try to make a bad law better. In 1947 after overriding President Truman’s veto, Congress enacted legislation known as the Taft-Hartley Act. Instead of abolishing the NLRA forced dues […]
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