Virulently Anti-Right to Work Union Bosses Accused of Dues Theft
Al Bond, St. Louis-Kansas City Carpenters Regional Council (STLKCCRC) union executive secretary-treasurer, has made a name for himself as Missouri Right to…
Last month, AFL-CIO Richard Trumka’s resignation from President Donald Trump’s manufacturing commission, and his angry denunciation of the President during and after his announcement, received intense media coverage.
As National Right to Work Committee President Mark Mix explains in a new commentary for Forbes magazine, Trumka’s attack on Trump was blatantly hypocritical. But Trumka would never have had the opportunity to launch this particular attack if White House advisors hadn’t foolishly tried to appease him. Will the White House learn its lesson and stop trying to co-opt Big Labor as a consequence of Trumka’s outburst?
See the link below to read Mix’s commentary in its entirety.
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These cities are in 11 different states, demographically diverse, and scattered across the country except for the West Coast and Northeast. These cities have but one obvious commonality, they all have state Right to Work laws, which prohibit terminating employees for refusal to pay dues or fees to an unwanted union. On the other hand, the worst ranked cities lack Right to Work protections for employees