MO Union Bosses’ Intimidation Called Out by National Right To Work Committee President

NRTW president issues statement on union officials’ attempt to silence pro-Right to Work former union president

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“This type of bullying is exactly why Missouri needs the protections Right to Work laws offer. The fact that these are the lengths union officials are willing to go silence any dissent among rank-and-file workers demonstrates exactly why every worker should be able to refrain from supporting a union if they choose.”

National Right to Work Committee President Mark Mix issued the following statement in response to the cease-and-desist notice former St. Louis Police Officers’ Association president Gary Wiegert received from SLPOA union officials attempting to bar him from further promoting Missouri’s Proposition A vote. A yes vote on Prop A would enact the state’s Right to Work law, and is opposed by SLPOA.

“This type of bullying is exactly why Missouri needs the protections Right to Work laws offer. The fact that these are the lengths union officials are willing to go silence any dissent among rank-and-file workers demonstrates exactly why every worker should be able to refrain from supporting a union if they choose.”