FAQs – What is the National Right To Work Act (NRTWA)?


The ultimate solution to private-sector compulsory union dues is the National Right to Work Act. 

This legislation simply deletes from federal law those passages in the current law that authorize Big Labor to force workers to pay union dues or “fees” to obtain or keep their jobs.


Other Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

What is the Right to Work principle?

What is a Right to Work law?

What is 14(b)?

Is National Right To Work Committee “anti-union” or “pro-union”?

What is “exclusive representation”?

What do union propagandists mean by the term “free rider”?

What effect does a Right to Work law have on a state’s standard of living?

What is the “Freedom from Union Violence Act”?