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Holding up Missouri’s Right To Work Law is costing Missourians thousands of job opportunities. Missouri and national union bosses have created an anti-Right to Work barricade preventing Missourians from prospering under their state’s year-old law prohibiting forced union dues and fees. Sadly, but predictably, Big Labor’s actions are costing Missourians…(Read More)

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Right to Work = Better Quality of Life when measured by:  Percentage Growth in Total Private Sector, Non-Farm Employment (2005-2015); Percentage Growth in the Number of People Employed (2006-2016); Growth in Manufacturing, Private-Sector Payroll Employment (2011-2016); Cost of Living-Adjusted Per Capita Disposable Personal Income (2016); New Privately-Owned Single-Unit…(Read More)

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Cost of Living-Adjusted Per Capita Disposable Personal Income (2016) (Click here to download Related 2017 Fact Sheet) If you live in a Right to Work state, it’s likely there is more money in your pocket! Download the National Institute for Labor Relations Research’s 2017 Right To Work Benefits Fact Sheet update to…(Read More)

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(Click here to download Related 2017 Fact Sheet) More people employed likely means more jobs being created in Right to Work States.  Download the National Institute for Labor Relations Research’s 2017 Right To Work Benefits Fact Sheet update to learn more ways Right To Work States outperform Forced-Dues States…(Read More)

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  Right to Work = Better Quality of Life when measured by:  Percentage Growth in Total Private Sector, Non-Farm Employment (2005-2015); Percentage Growth in the Number of People Employed (2006-2016); Growth in Manufacturing, Private-Sector Payroll Employment (2011-2016); Cost of Living-Adjusted Per Capita Disposable Personal Income (2016); New Privately-Owned Single…(Read More)

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Illinois loses Toyota-Mazda plant because of right to work www.ilnews.org, October 19, 2017 Patrick Semmens with the National Right to Work Defense Foundation says it’s not just Toyota and Mazda that’s passing over Illinois. He said many job creators simply won’t look at a state that doesn’t give…(Read More)

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Change of Course Expected at NLRB freebeacon.com, October 12, 2017 Patrick Semmens, spokesman for the National Right to Work Foundation, called Griffin’s tenure “a disaster for the rights of independent workers who don’t want to associate with a labor union” and said Robb’s appointment is “critical” to winning balance on the…(Read More)

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