National Right to Work Act continues to add sponsors the most recent: Reps Garrett (NJ-5) Conaway (TX-11) Southerland (FL-2) Roby (AL-2), and Scott (GA-8

The National Right to Work Act has been introduced in both the U.S. Senate (S. 504) and House of Representatives (H.R. 2040).

What’s next is up to Right to Work supporters like you.

If you haven’t done so already, please send your senators an e-mail expressing your support for freedom and the National Right to Work Act. Then, please forward this message to friends, family, and other like-minded citizens and ask them to sign the petition as well.

It’s absolutely vital we turn up the heat on every member of Congress.

As you know, this legislation would enshrine the common-sense principle – already enforced in 22 states – that no worker should be compelled to join or pay dues to a union just to get or keep a job.

In an age of legislative overreach, this is one of the shortest bills ever introduced.

A National Right to Work Act does not add a single word to federal law. It simply removes language in the National Labor Relations Act that gives union bosses the power to extract dues and fees from nonunion workers.

And as we’ve seen in Wisconsin, Indiana, and elsewhere so far this year, the union bosses will do anything to protect their government-granted forced-dues powers.

That’s why your actions are vital. Please Act Today!

21 U.S. Senate Sponsors of National Right to Work Act (S. 504):

Alabama Jeff Sessions (R) 03/30/2011 Arizona John McCain (R) 10/03/2011 Jon Kyl (R) 07/07/2011 Florida Marco Rubio (R) 05/11/2011 Georgia Saxby Chambliss (R) 10/18/2011 Idaho Jim Risch (R) 03/08/2011 Kansas Jerry Moran (R) 10/17/2011 Kentucky Rand Paul (R) 03/08/2011 Louisiana David Vitter (R) 03/08/2011 Mississippi Roger Wicker (R) 06/14/2011 Nevada Dean Heller (R) 10/06/2011 North Carolina Richard Burr (R) 09/12/2011 Oklahoma Tom Coburn (R) 03/08/2011 James Inhofe (R) 03/17/2011 Pennsylvania Patrick Toomey (R) 03/08/2011 South Carolina Lindsey Graham (R) 03/30/2011 Jim DeMint (R) 03/08/2011 Texas John Cornyn (R) 06/09/2011 Utah Orrin Hatch (R) 03/08/2011 Mike Lee (R) 03/08/2011 Wyoming John Barrasso (R) 03/17/2011

72 U.S. House Sponsors of National Right to Work Act (H.R. 2040):

Alabama Martha Roby (R 2nd) 11/15/2011 Mo Brooks (R 5th) 06/16/2011 Spencer Bachus (R 6th) 10/25/2011 Arizona Paul Gosar (R 1st) 06/21/2011 Trent Franks (R 2nd) 10/25/2011 Ben Quayle (R 3rd) 10/26/2011 David Schweikert (R 5th) 11/01/2011 Arkansas Rick Crawford (R 1st) 11/04/2011 Tim Griffin (R 2nd) 06/13/2011 Steve Womack (R 3rd) 11/04/2011 California Wally Herger (R 2nd) 09/23/2011 Gary Miller (R 42nd) 05/26/2011 John Campbell (R 48th) 09/20/2011 Colorado Scott Tipton (R 3rd) 10/26/2011 Cory Gardner (R 4th) 09/09/2011 Doug Lamborn (R 5th) 10/25/2011 Mike Coffman (R 6th) 09/20/2011 Florida Jeff Miller (R 1st) 06/16/2011 Steve Southerland (R 2nd) 11/15/2011 Rich Nugent (R 5th) 07/26/2011 Cliff Stearns (R 6th) 10/05/2011 Gus Bilirakis (R 9th) 11/04/2011 Vern Buchanan (R 13th) 06/13/2011 Georgia Lynn Westmoreland (R 3rd) 10/14/2011 Tom Price (R 6th) 10/14/2011 Austin Scott (R 8th) 11/17/2011 Paul Broun (R 10th) 10/14/2011 Phil Gingrey (R 11th) 09/20/2011 Illinois Donald Manzullo (R 16th) 09/15/2011 Indiana Dan Burton (R 5th) 09/09/2011 Mike Pence (R 6th) 11/04/2011 Iowa Tom Latham (R 4th) 11/01/2011 Steve King (R 5th) 05/26/2011 Kansas Tim Huelskamp (R 1st) 06/13/2011 Lynn Jenkins (R 2nd) 10/06/2011 Kevin Yoder (R 3rd) 10/14/2011 Mike Pompeo (R 4th) 11/04/2011 Louisiana John Fleming (R 4th) 06/13/2011 Maryland Andy Harris (R 1st) 10/25/2011 Minnesota Michele Bachmann (R 6th) 07/12/2011 Mississippi Alan Nunnelee (R 1st) 11/01/2011 Gregg Harper (R 3rd) 06/13/2011 Steven Palazzo (R 4th) 11/01/2011 Missouri Billy Long (R 7th) 07/13/2011 New Jersey Scott Garrett (R 5th) 11/15/2011 North Carolina Virginia Foxx (R 5th) 05/26/2011 Howard Coble (R 6th) 06/02/2011 Sue Myrick (R 9th) 10/14/2011 Ohio Steve Chabot (R 1st) 10/25/2011 Oklahoma John Sullivan (R 1st) 10/14/2011 James Lankford (R 5th) 10/05/2011 South Carolina Tim Scott (R 1st) 09/09/2011 Joe Wilson (R 2nd) 06/21/2011 Jeff Duncan (R 3rd) 05/26/2011 Trey Gowdy (R 4th) 07/22/2011 Mick Mulvaney (R 5th) 11/01/2011 Tennessee John Duncan (R 2nd) 09/20/2011 Texas Louie Gohmert (R 1st) 09/15/2011 Sam Johnson (R 3rd) 07/15/2011 Jeb Hensarling (R 5th) 11/01/2011 Joe Barton (R 6th) 10/26/2011 K. Michael Conaway (R 11th) 11/15/2011 Ron Paul (R 14th) 05/26/2011 Bill Flores (R 17th) 06/23/2011 Pete Olson (R 22nd) 11/01/2011 Kenny Marchant (R 24th) 06/01/2011 Pete Sessions (R 32nd) 06/16/2011 Utah Rob Bishop (R 1st) 07/07/2011 Jason Chaffetz (R 3rd) 07/07/2011 Wisconsin Reid Ribble (R 8th) 11/04/2011 Wyoming Cynthia Lummis (R At-Large) 09/20/2011