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

Union Bosses Target Pennsylvania Senator Toomey

Union Bosses Target Pennsylvania Senator Toomey
Big Labor Appeasement Tactic Not Viable For Republican Candidates (download the September 2016 NRTWC Newsletter) Top union officials in the Keystone State and nationwide are now revving up their forced-dues-fueled political machine for a ferocious campaign to unseat freshman U.S. Sen. Pat Toomey (R-Pa.), who is running for reelection this year. No one should be surprised by the fact that Big Labor is planning to do everything it can get away with to elect Mr. Toomey’s Democrat challenger, Katie McGinty, and dock workers who...

War on Right to Work Freedom Escalates in Courtrooms

War on Right to Work Freedom Escalates in Courtrooms
Union-Boss Vow: Newly-filled High Court Will Hear Nationwide-Forced-Dues Case (download the September 2016 NRTWC Newsletter) In four lawsuits now pending in two different federal circuits and in the West Virginia and Wisconsin state court systems, union lawyers are making novel and audacious claims they hope will become a “doomsday” weapon against all statutory bans on compulsory union dues and fees. National Right to Work President Mark Mix noted that the two federal lawsuits aiming to impose forced union fees nationwide are being advanced by...

Longtime Right to Work Leader Reed Larson Mourned

Longtime Right to Work Leader Reed Larson Mourned
National Right To Work Legal Defense Foundation news release: Longtime Right to Work Leader Reed Larson Mourned With former Kansas engineer at the helm, membership of citizen group formed to oppose compulsory unionism grew from fewer than 20,000 to 2.2 million Seattle, WA (September 19, 2016) – Reed Larson, who established the National Right to Work Legal Defense Foundation in 1968 and was its leader until 2003, and headed the National Right to Work Committee from 1959 until 2003, passed away peacefully late in the evening on Saturday,...

Reed Larson, Right To Work Leader has Passed Away

Reed Larson, Right To Work Leader has Passed Away
(Mr. Reed E. Larson passed away late Saturday, September 17, 2016) After a visit to the United States, a noted British journalist wrote a column in the London Daily Telegraph about the Right to Work movement.  National Right to Work Committee President Reed Larson, the journalist wrote, is "the man that American trade union bosses most love to hate." It was a tribute, not based on passion, but on the solid record of accomplishments chalked up by the National Right to...