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Missouri Court Smacks Down Big Labor Voter Deception Scheme

Missouri Court Smacks Down Big Labor Voter Deception Scheme
National Right To Work Legal Defense Statement regarding Missouri Court SmackDown of Big Labor Voter Deception Scheme A group of Missouri workers have just won a victory in their fight to defend the new Missouri Right to Work law from Big Labor attempts to repeal the new law through misleading ballot measures. The workers were represented by National Right to Work Legal Defense Foundation staff attorneys. In the ruling that was just issued by Cole County Circuit Court Judge [Daniel R.]...

Fewer Jobs Created, Fewer People With Private Health Coverage

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New Hampshire citizens who are determined to pass a state law prohibiting compulsory union dues and fees as a job condition have waged a long and sometimes frustrating battle, but today they are close to victory. In 2016, gubernatorial candidate Chris Sununu campaigned on the Right to Work issue and ultimately defeated his pro-forced unionism general election foe, Colin Van Ostern, in November.  And this January, the New Hampshire Senate stood up to Big Labor and narrowly approved a Right...

Illinois' Right To Work Indiana Envy

Illinois' Right To Work Indiana Envy
Will Illinois become the next Right To Work State?  If the legislature would ignore their Big Labor Boss masters, it should happen.  Scott Reeder lays out indisputable facts: It had been years since I last visited Indianapolis, but when I returned for a visit this past week I was startled by what I found: a vibrant growing city in the midst of a prosperous state. Between 2009 and 2017, Indiana added 102,700 manufacturing jobs. Illinois, on the other hand, added 3,000 during that...

Union Dons Favor 'Ghost' Workers Over Real Ones?

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For half a century, Evan Cotten has worked as a longshore clerk on the docks of Port of Tampa Bay in Florida. And he is a longtime dues-paying union member. Last November, Cotten was elected to serve as a trustee for the joint pension fund that covers longshoremen under the monopoly control of Local 1402 of the International Longshoremen's Association (ILA), along with members of his own clerk and checkers union. Once he gained access to ILA payroll records as a pension...