Will Kentucky Become The 25th Right-To-Work State WIth Bevin Win?
For a long time now, there has been a near-nationwide backlash against overly liberal agendas. In large measure, due to their lapdog-like allegiance to the extreme “progressive” agenda, unions have paid the price as more and more voters vote to put states under Republican control. On Tuesday, Matt Bevin, in a rather substantial victory, became the next governor of the Commonwealth of Kentucky. As a | Read More »
A Showdown in the ‘Show Me’ State Over Right-to-Work Legislation
With Presidential contender Scott Walker’s signing of Wisconsin’s Right-to-Work law—which bans the firing of workers who refuse to pay fees to a union—the nation is now evenly split with 25 states having so-called Right-to-Work laws and 25 states that still allow the firing of workers who refuse to pay union fees. Some legislators in Missouri, however, want to tip the balance by making the “Show-Me” | Read More »
With Ambush Elections In Effect, Obama’s NLRB Now Turns To Target Right-To-Work Laws
Within the same week of implementing their so-called “ambush election rules,” the union attorneys controlling the National Labor Relations Board announced, in an invitation for “interested” parties to file briefs, that they are ready to attack the growingly popular Right-to-Work laws that are currently in 25 states. On Thursday, April 16th, the NLRB announced on its website that it is inviting briefs to help determine | Read More »
So, Unions Mislead About Income Effects Of Right-To-Work States? Shocking!
Union bosses and their union-bought politicians insist that Right-to-Work laws mean Right-to-Work for less.
While it makes for a great sound byte, the union claim requires a deeper examination.
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Unions Get Ugly As Michigan Now Set To Become 24th Right-to-Work State In Nation
By all appearances, however, Obama’s weighing into Michigan’s Right-to-Work brief battle will likely be too little too late as Michigan Republicans seem to have borrowed from Obama’s own take-no-prisoners playbook and passed the bill quickly.
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