Big Labor Bosses Spent $1.8 Billion in 2020 Election, Demand End to Right to Work
source: National Institute for Labor Relations Research (NILRR.org) According to a new report by the National Institute…
The unconstitutionally appointed National Labor Relations Board announced its upcoming agenda that includes forcing companies to release private information about their employees — including their phone numbers and email addresses — to union activists to assist their efforts to coerce workers into a union.
Roughly $200 billion of this Big Labor bailout scheme will go to overwhelmingly unionized government schools. Read more here.
Reforms urged by Foundation staff attorneys eased Miguel Valle and his coworkers’ near-unanimous effort to vote out unpopular Teamsters officials, who tried to use “blocking charges,” ultimately to no avail.