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Workers and Businesses in All 50 States Would Benefit

Workers and Businesses in All 50 States Would Benefit
For more than 80 years, federal labor policy has explicitly authorized the termination of employees for refusal to join or bankroll a union even if they never personally wanted or asked for one. But H.R.785, legislation introduced  in the U.S. House of Representatives at the beginning of this month by Congressmen Steve King (R-Iowa) and Joe Wilson (R-S.C.), would finally repeal all the current federal labor-law provisions that authorize compulsory union membership dues and fee payments as a condition of employment....

Colorado Teamsters Bully Employees

Colorado Teamsters Bully Employees
from The National Right To Work Legal Defense Foundation: Teamsters Local 455 officials reprimanded again by the National Labor Relations Board for violating workers’ fundamental rights Fort Morgan, CO (February, 22 2017) – The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) has issued a complaint against the International Brotherhood of Teamsters Local 455 union for threatening workers with the loss of their benefits, discharge and a lawsuit because they circulated petitions to end forced union dues and remove the union’s business agents. The complaint was...

Congrats! Iowa Legislature Passes Monopoly Bargaining Reform

Congrats! Iowa Legislature Passes Monopoly Bargaining Reform
National Right To Work President Congratulates Iowa Legislature On Passing Monopoly Bargaining Reform Bill Legislation will roll back worst abuses of government monopoly bargaining and save taxpayers money Springfield, VA (February 16, 2017) – Today, Mark Mix, President of the National Right to Work Committee, praised the Iowa Legislature’s passage of Senate File 213 and House File 291, issuing the following statement on passage of the bill: “This is a good day for the Hawkeye State.  The House and Senate have now passed...

Redoubling Effort in New Hampshire

Redoubling Effort in New Hampshire
National Right to Work President Mark Mix Vows to Redouble Effort in New Hampshire Right to Work Supporters Plan to Build on Strong Support from Governor Sununu and State Senate to Ultimately Pass Bill in House Springfield, VA (February 16, 2017) – Today, Mark Mix, President of the National Right to Work Committee, issued the following statement regarding the New Hampshire Right to Work Bill, Senate Bill 11: “Right to Work supporters remain fully committed to ending forced unionism in New Hampshire, and...