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NRTW Opposes Air Traffic Control Union Empowerment Act

NRTW Opposes Air Traffic Control Union Empowerment Act
DATE: April 28, 2016 RE: Air Traffic Control Union Empowerment Act (H.R. 4441) POSITION: Oppose Dear Members of Congress: On behalf of the over 2.8 million members of the National Right to Work Committee, I urge you to oppose the so-called Aviation Innovation, Reform, and Reauthorization Act of 2016 (H.R. 4441). This bill amounts to little more than a sweeping new power grab by Big Labor over our air traffic control system and personnel, under the guise of a bogus “privatization”...

Union-Label Circuit Judge William Foust Didn't Even Try to Address the Briefs Filed in His Right to Work Case

Union-Label Circuit Judge William Foust Didn't Even Try to Address the Briefs Filed in His Right to Work Case
Dane County Circuit Judge William Foust obviously feels very strongly that government labor policy should empower union bosses to cut deals with employers forcing employees subject to "exclusive" union bargaining in the workplace to pay union fees, or be fired. However, judging by his April 8 opinion striking down Wisconsin's Right to Work law, Foust is far from confident of his ability to offer a legal justification for imposing his preferences on employees and businesses throughout the Badger State that...

Teamster Union-Boss Pension Plan Contributions 'Were Not Sufficient to Make Good on the Benefits Promised'

Teamster Union-Boss Pension Plan Contributions 'Were Not Sufficient to Make Good on the Benefits Promised'
Late last week, more than 3000 retired truckers, union officials, and unionized active truckers converged from around the country to hold a rally at the U.S. Capitol.  The Teamster union boss-instigated protest decried "what could be the biggest cut to the largest multi-employer pension fund in U.S. history," as Fatima Hussein of the Cincinnati Enquirer wrote in her account of the rally. (See the link below to read the whole thing.) With just one exception, the prepared speeches at the rally were...

Big Labor Targets Fence-Sitting Senators

Big Labor Targets Fence-Sitting Senators
Committee Program to Highlight Forced-Unionism Issue in Key Races (Click here to download the April 2016 National Right To Work Newsletter) Six years ago this November, voters across most of the country sent two clear messages to Big Labor politicians on Capitol Hill: They were dismayed by what the politicians had done at union lobbyists’ behest, and determined to stop them from doing more of the same. For example, millions of freedom-loving citizens were furious with their incumbent politicians for having unsuccessfully backed Big Labor’s...