Will “Right-to-Work” become Federal law?

I have written a number of times on the subject of “right-to-work”. Here and Here. To quote myself “The concept of “right-to-work” is that you cannot force an employee to have to belong to a union and pay union dues in order to keep his/her job. In a non-RtW state, after a probationary period, an …

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Compulsory union memberships died a little bit more

On January 7, 2017, the ability of unions to force people to pay dues against their wishes died another bit when Kentucky passed Right-to-work legislation. This brings the number of states that allow employees to make a choice about belonging to a union to 27. Another indication of the decreasing influence unions have on politicians. …

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Unions Push South as the Supreme Court Rules on Organizing Tactics

  In a recent article in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution (that is a newspaper for those of you that don’t follow them) a union representative was quoted as saying they are making organizing the South a union priority. Meanwhile the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) is taking up a case that may have a …

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