Right to Work Bill Introduced in U.S. House
Rep. Steve King is lead sponsor of H.R.2040, the House version of the National Right to Work Act. Credit: Congressman King’s Office
Would Bar Firing Employees For Refusal to Bankroll Unwanted Union
(Source: June 2011 NRTWC Newsletter)
With their hopes buoyed by the passage earlier this year of two new state laws barring the extraction of forced union dues from public servants in Wisconsin and Ohio, pro-Right to Work Americans are now preparing to take the offensive in the U.S. Congress.
"National Right to Work Committee members and their grass-roots allies in the Badger and Buckeye States stunned Big Labor in March when they successfully lobbied for legislation removing government union bosses' forced-dues privileges," recalled Committee Vice President Mary King.
"Now it's time for Committee members and supporters nationwide to show we can lobby just as effectively in support of legislation that would repeal federally-imposed forced union dues and fees."
S.504 and H.R.2040 Would Repeal Federally-Imposed Forced Union Dues
Ms. King continued: "When it comes to private-sector forced unionism, Congress is the culprit.