State Legislatures Introducing Right To Work Laws And Other Union News

Hello Everyone,

Is it possible that some of the Forced Unionism states are finally understanding their rights? In 2009 and 2010, America took a closer look at forced union dues, forced unionism, pensions, and benefits that are effecting businesseses, states, and individuals. State legislatures are introducing Right To Work Laws in Pennsylvania, Ohio, Indiana, Michigan, and Wisconsin. Maybe,we may see new states convert from Forced Unionism States to Right To Work States. More importantly, I hope individuals are not only educating themselves but continue to educate each other, legislatures, and representatives.

Below there is an interesting article by Labor Union Reports called Death By A Thousand Papercuts. It will give some details on what Unions are planning on the federal level. This section stood out in the article:

“On Sept. 22, Labor’s Office of the Solicitor—which employs 400 attorneys to enforce the nation’s labor laws—issued a draft “operating plan” to dramatically increase pressure on employers. A source inside the department says the plan has been adopted.” (Forcing unionism on non-union companies)

If you have not an opportunity to review rour rights, below is a link that will explain your rights on the state and federal level, teachers unions, and private organizations.

To Your Health,

National Right To Work Act

National Right To Work Act Reintroduced By Rep Steve King

“Specifically, this bill would amend the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA) and the Railway Labor Act (RLA) to repeal the provisions in these Acts that permit employers, pursuant to a collective bargaining agreement that is a union security agreement, to require employees to join a union as a condition of employment, and require the payroll deduction of union dues or fees as a condition of employment.”

Do You Know Your Rights On The State And Federal Level, As A Teacher, Or In A Business

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Death By A Thousand Papercuts

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