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
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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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Union Bosses Own Hillary Clinton Candidacy

Union Bosses Own Hillary Clinton Candidacy
AFL-CIO union czar Richard Trumka, Service Employees International Union czarina Mary Kay Henry, and other Big Labor bosses are going all out to elect as America's 45th President Hillary Clinton, the all-but inevitable Democrat nominee. As the AFL-CIO formally endorsed the Clinton candidacy last week, Trumka issued  a statement publicly emphasizing his well-founded belief that she would have no hope of winning this November were it not for the extraordinary power of the forced-dues-funded union political machine: Hillary Clinton has proven herself...

This Day in History Truman Bows to Big Labor Bosses

This Day in History Truman Bows to Big Labor Bosses
  Truman Vetoes Taft-Hartley and its Right To Work Protections National Labor Relations Act (NLRA):  In 1935, the Federal government forced all states to allow unions to compel employees in the private sector to join and pay union dues or lose their jobs.  Rather than eliminate the NLRA, Congress chose to try to make a bad law better.  In 1947 after overriding President Truman’s veto, Congress enacted legislation known as the Taft-Hartley Act.  Instead of abolishing the NLRA forced dues sections, Congress...

Big Labor Pennsylvania Governor Is a 'Student-Buster'

Big Labor Pennsylvania Governor Is a 'Student-Buster'
In forced-unionism Pennsylvania, if a public school district has to lay off teachers due to a budget shortfall or any other reason or combination of reasons, state law actually prohibits principals and other administrators from considering how well educators are doing their jobs when they choose who gets furloughed, and who doesn't. Instead, teacher furlough decisions must be based solely on the number of years on the job. In a recent op-ed for the Philadelphia Inquirer, Sharif El-Mekki, the principal of Mastery...

Obama Labor Board Brings Back Pushbutton Strike Scheme

Obama Labor Board Brings Back Pushbutton Strike Scheme
From 1991 until 1994, the U.S. House and Senate repeatedly voted on so-called "striker replacement" legislation, introduced in Congress's upper chamber by Big Labor Sens. Ted Kennedy (D-Mass.) and Howard Metzenbaum (D-Ohio).  (Both of these politicians have since passed away.) The Kennedy-Metzenbaum scheme was designed to force employers to punish or fire workers who defy union-boss orders to participate in an economic strike. Enactment of this bill would have greatly expanded the union hierarchy's power to force workers to pay union...