Per Capita Income Higher in Right To Work States

On May 12, 2017, in Fact Sheets, News Clips, by Stan Greer

Cost of Living-Adjusted, After-Tax Income Per Capita More Than $2,400 Higher in Right to Work States Than in Forced-Unionism States An ever-growing mountain of scholarly research and countless Americans’ personal experience confirm that nominal income per capita, unadjusted for regional differences in cost of living, is quite misleading as a measure of living standards within […]

Right to Work States Enjoy 2-to-1 Advantage in Civilian Household Employment Growth

On May 9, 2017, in NILRR Research, by Stan Greer

The five states with the highest annual salaries for nurses, in purchasing-power terms, are Wyoming, Nevada, Michigan, Texas and Arizona — all Right to Work states. Meanwhile, the five bottom-ranking jurisdictions for nurses’ purchasing power are Maryland, New York, Vermont, the District of Columbia, and Hawaii — all forced-unionism. On Monday, NILRR began a series of […]

Growth in Private-Sector Employment, Household Expenditures Far More Rapid in Right to Work States

On May 8, 2017, in NILRR Research, by Stan Greer

Late last month, the Institute released its spring 2017 update of its triannual fact sheet comparing Right to Work and forced-unionism states according to an array of key economic criteria. In this blog post and several others to be published over the course of the next couple of weeks, I will take a closer look […]

Why Do Right to Work States Have Superior Economic Outlooks?

On April 28, 2017, in Right To Work, by Stan Greer

The just-released 10th edition of Rich States, Poor States, a survey of the economic policies, past performance and prospects of the 50 states published by the Arlington, Va.-based American Legislative Exchange Council, is like its predecessors brimming with optimism about the ability of state voters and elected officials to control their own financial destinies.  (See […]

Right to Work States Faster Growth & Higher Purchasing Power

On April 27, 2017, in Fact Sheets, Right To Work, by NILRR Staff

The economic quality of life differences between Right To Work States and Compulsory Unionism States continue to expand, giving Right To Work State residents more money to spend and more choices of employment.   Right To Work states carried much of the economic growth during the past eight years and they are in position to […]

NILRR Right To Work News

On April 21, 2017, in News Clips, by CLJ

Report: Labor unions outspend Soros and Koch brothers in politics ilnews.org, April 20, 2017 National Right to Work Foundation President Mark Mix said that requirement is the big injustice “when you get to the actual use of general treasury money, money that’s paid by dues members and forced fees payers, who would lose their jobs […]

Big Labor Has No Legitimate Grievance Regarding Right to Work Laws

On April 20, 2017, in Fact Sheets, Right To Work, by NILRR Staff

Whether or Not They Wield Forced-Dues Privileges, Union Bosses Benefit From the ‘Comprehensive Authority’ Over Employees Bestowed Upon Them by Federal and State Laws Authorizing ‘Exclusive Representation’ (Click here to download Adobe .PDF file of ‘No Legitimate Grievance’ Fact Sheet) In the private-sector economy, two federal laws, the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA) and the Railway […]

More numbers behind the “2016 Big Labor $1.7 Billion Political Spending”

On April 19, 2017, in Fact Sheets, NILRR Research, by NILRR Staff

More political spenders exposed from Monday’s  “2016 Election Cycle: Big Labor Exceeds $1.7 Billion Political Spending” data. Which union officials spent their union’s money to reach the Top 35 Total Political Spenders from Union Treasuries according to USDOL data? (Psst… the Top 35 accounted for $801,639,265 of the 2016 Election Cycle from union treasuries.) Which […]