Alabama Gains Support for Right to Work Act in Congress

Right to Work Alabama is seeing more and more support in Congress for passing the Right to Work Act. In fact, they have three congressmen now that are supporting pushing it through. So this may mean the state can anticipate some new changes!

From Beth Cann in Alabama Today:

Three Alabama congressmen have co-sponsored a bill called the National Right to Work Act. Mo BrooksGary Palmer, and Jerry Carl all support the bill. 

Mark Mix, president of the National Right to Work Committee (NRTWC), praised the bill. “We’re extremely pleased that Senator Rand Paul and Congressman Joe Wilson have introduced the National Right to Work Act, intensifying a growing debate about Big Labor’s coercive power to keep American workers in chains. This legislation would enshrine the common-sense principle – already enforced in more than half of U.S. states – that no worker should be compelled to join or pay dues to a union just to get or keep a job.”

Beth Cann, Alabama Today

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