Simply Prevents the Firing of Employees for Refusal to Pay Union Dues or Fees
S.391 (U.S. Senate)- National Right To Work Act H.R.612 (U.S. House) - National Right To Work Act
Model State Right To Work Law
Model State Right To Work Law  -- The National Right To Work Committee model legislation for elected officials and staff as recommended language for Right To Work legislation.
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Right To Work News Posts

Please Keep Your Pro-Right To Work Pledges

Please Keep Your Pro-Right To Work Pledges
Federal Politicians Hear From Their Freedom-Loving Constituents (download the June-July 2016 NRTWC Newsletter) Nearly seven-and-a-half years into the Administration of union-label Democrat President Barack Obama, National Right to Work Committee members and other citizens who oppose forced unionism deserve commendation for what they have accomplished in a very challenging political climate. In January 2009, when Mr. Obama took up residence in the White House, 22 states had Right to Work laws on the books prohibiting the termination of employees for refusal to join...

A Bigger Union-Violence Loophole For Big Labor?

A Bigger Union-Violence Loophole For Big Labor?
Union Dons Insist Criminal Organizing Tactics Aren’t ‘Extortion' (download the June-July 2016 NRTWC Newsletter) No court date has yet been set. But Mark Harrington, secretary-treasurer of Local 25 of the International Brotherhood of Teamsters, and four of his henchmen are expected to go on trial in the near future before U.S. District Judge Douglas P. Woodcock for alleged violations of the federal Hobbs Anti-Extortion Act and other related crimes. According to U.S. Attorney Carmen Ortiz, Mr. Harrington and his cohorts terrorized the cast and...

Forced-Unionism States Headed Way of Puerto Rico

Forced-Unionism States Headed Way of Puerto Rico
Big Labor Monopoly Leads to Fiscal Disaster Across the U.S.A. (download the June-July 2016 NRTWC Newsletter) In 1998, public-sector union bosses and lobbyists arm-twisted elected officials in the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico into handing Big Labor statutory monopoly-bargaining power to negotiate municipal employees’ working conditions. At the time, the union-label politicians who bore the responsibility for adopting the monopoly-bargaining law vowed that it would not hurt taxpayers or undermine the territory’s solvency. But over the past 18 years, it has become increasingly clear that...

Big Labor Mayor Wants to Stick It to Chicago Homeowners Again

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Over the years, government union bosses representing police and fire employees and Chicago politicians have foisted on Windy City taxpayers a pension system that is unaffordable and unsustainable. According to a 2015 analysis by the Chicago-based citizens' group Taxpayers United America, there are thousands of retired city police officers now getting more in pension payments than currently employed cops. In hundreds of cases, retirement payments are two to three times the salary of a newly hired public-safety officer. Just last year, Big...