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IAM (International Association of Machinists) organizers continue to contact Boeing workers in South Carolina even after receiving blatant signals the workers are uninterested in joining.  Check out the details in the workplacereport Online. As a result of the IAM’s current attempts, last week, Boeing SC posted ‘Do Not Disturb’ signs on its Facebook page…(Read More)

Assemblyman Eric Bulison is ready to introduce a Right to Work law in the Missouri Assembly in the next session.  Jonathan Shoreman has the story in the News-Leader.  Springfield lawmaker Eric Burlison has been trying to get so-called Right to Work legislation passed for years and is now tying his argument for the…(Read More)

While pundits believe Washington state will not pass it, a Right to Work  bill has been introduced in the State.  Labor bosses, leading legislators around by the nose, fiddle while the Washington’s aerospace industry crashes because they will not pass a Right to Work law, and Boeing is making massive investment in factories in…(Read More)

A Big Labor payback that is nothing short of outrageous, but no big surprise.  Betsy Woodruff has the story in National Review Online.   On a dreary, humid Sunday in front of a Charleston library named for her father, Elizabeth Colbert Busch and Representative James Clyburn (D., S.C.) talked up organized labor in this…(Read More)

“The Free Rider Argument is a Carefully Crafted Fraud” Legal Newsline, May 1, 2012 The IUOE asserts that the Indiana law violates the equal protection and contract clauses of the Constitution because it does not require nonunion employees to pay for bargaining. . . “The ‘free-rider’ argument is a carefully crafted fraud,” [National Right to…(Read More)

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