July 2018 National Right to Work Newsletter Summary

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Senators Seek to Drag More Workers Into Unions: Likely 2020 Democrat Presidential Hopefuls Target Right to Work

‘Our Quality of Life Will Improve’: Relocating to Right to Work Idaho Lifts Workers’ Living Standards

Compulsory Unionism an ‘Economic Albatross’: Businesses Lopsidedly Prefer to Hire in Right to Work States

Big Labor Political Bulldozer at Full Throttle: Union Electioneering Squad ‘Building Power For the Long Term’

Government Union Dons Are ‘Above the Law’: Union Contracts ‘Take Precedence’ Over Nutmeg State Statutes

Helping Big Labor Defy the Supreme Court?: Union-Label Politicians Aim to Blunt Impact of Janus Ruling