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  New report highlights strength of Tennessee’s auto sector | Nooga.com Drive! Moving Tennessee’s Automotive Sector Up the Value Chain … Late last week, Tennessee news outlets such as the Chattanooga-based web service Nooga.com (see the first link above) reported on a new analysis issued by the Washington, D.C.-based Brookings…(Read More)

Economic Growth and Right-to-Work Laws [Mackinac Center] Today many supporters and practically all opponents of Right to Work laws focus on the question of whether or not such statutes and constitutional amendments lead to higher incomes and more job creation.  But the original rationale for Right to Work laws was different.  As I…(Read More)

    NILRR FACT SHEET May 2013 Right to Work States Benefit From Faster Growth, Higher Real Purchasing Power – May 2013 Update SHERK: A union of one Washington Times Online, May 24, 2013 The latest example is Minnesota. The legislature just passed a law unionizing day-care providers at the behest of the American Federation…(Read More)

For years, scientific opinion polls have shown that Americans overwhelmingly oppose federal labor laws that empower union officials to represent all employees in a company unit and deny union nonmembers the right to bargain for themselves. But Organized Labor’s top priority in the 2007-2008 Congress, the inaptly named “Employee Free Choice Act,” would…(Read More)

For years, scientific opinion polls have shown that Americans overwhelmingly oppose federal labor laws that empower union officials to represent all employees in a company unit and deny union nonmembers the right to bargain for themselves. But Organized Labor’s top priority in the 2007-2008 Congress, the inaptly named “Employee Free Choice Act,” would…(Read More)

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