Lawsuit Charges That California Union Bosses Are ‘Equal Opportunity Extorters’
“Give us $1000, or you’ll be fired from your job.” That sounds like an extortionate threat. And such threats are indeed often illegal.
National Right To Work President Mark Mix provides insight on current battlefronts against compulsory unionism.
The National Right To Work Legal Defense Foundation has two cases at the U.S. Supreme Court. NRTW’s case Unite Here Local 355 v. Mulhall oral arguments are scheduled for November 13th, this case exposes the card-check unionism scheme.
The other NRTW case, Harris v. Quinn, will be heard early next year. This case could setback SEIU organizing decades because it calls into question SEIU’s organizing scheme that forces home care providers into labor unions by governmental fiat.
And, Mr. Mix discusses the Foundation’s current actions against the United Auto Workers (UAW) union and VW in Tennessee.
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