Union Bosses Target … Girl Scouts

A case working its way through the National Labor Relations Board could have profound implications for the Girl Scouts if the union bosses get their way.

(see related National Right to Work Committee amicus brief:  For this reason, the Committee strongly urges the Board not to force employers to open their doors to union organizers to make it easier for unions to cram more employees into dues paying union ranks against their will. The Committee asks the Board3 once and for all, to respect the determination of the United States Supreme Court in Lechmere, Inc. v. NLRB that  “[b]y its plain terms, … the NLRA confers rights only on employees, not on unions or their nonemployee organizers.” 502 U.S. 527, 532 (1992).)