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Anti-Right to Work Campaign in Ohio Roughs up the Truth www.nilrr.org, April 27th, 2013 While the importance of and need for an Ohio Right to Work law are now being recognized by more and more citizens, grass-roots proponents have yet to agree about what is the most promising approach for reaching…(Read More)

### ‘Public-Safety’ Act Would Turn Federalism Upside Down Capital Research Center – Labor Watch By Stan Greer While the press has reported extensively on labor union efforts to accelerate private-sector union organizing by having Congress pass “card check” legislation, it has paid little attention to related efforts in Congress to mandate unionization in state and…(Read More)

For years, scientific opinion polls have shown that Americans overwhelmingly oppose federal labor laws that endow union officials with the power of so-called “exclusive” representation over all employees in a company unit, wherein union nonmembers are denied any right to bargain for themselves. But Organized Labor’s top priority in the 2007-2008 Congress…(Read More)

For years, scientific opinion polls have shown that Americans overwhelmingly oppose federal labor laws that endow union officials with the power of so-called “exclusive” representation over all employees in a company unit, wherein union nonmembers are denied any right to bargain for themselves. But Organized Labor’s top priority in the 2007-2008 Congress…(Read More)

On a Saturday edition of CNN’s heavily watched Capital Gang in January 1997, syndicated columnists Robert Novak and Mark Shields, the show’s cohosts, were discussing the biggest political news item of the week: the unexpected conclusion of the race for the chairmanship of the Republican National Committee (RNC). The day before, the 165…(Read More)

If you want to know more about one or more union’s spending and receipts, there is a website that tracks Department of Labor reporting required under the Landrum Griffin Act. While current LM-2 forms elicit relatively little specific information about union expenditures, you might find the information they do provide useful. Want To…(Read More)

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