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(National Institute for Labor Relations Research Fact Sheet) Recent State Election Returns Indicate Support For Right to Work Is an Increasingly Valuable Political Asset By Stan Greer On June 5, 2012, Badger State Republican Scott Walker became the first governor in U.S. history to survive a “recall” election.  He defeated his union-label Democratic…(Read More)

Meanwhile, Right to Work States’ ‘K-12 Contingent’ Has Grown by Nearly 1.8 Million Since 2000 (Click here to download the School-Age Population Falling In Forced-Unionism States fact sheet) The state Right to Work law adopted by the Indiana General Assembly and signed into law by GOP Gov. Mitch Daniels this February…(Read More)

Kill sneaky union dues gambit Detroit News Online, 3/27/2012 State lawmakers are on the verge of calling a halt to the questionable setup that has allowed the Service Employees International Union to extract nearly $30 million in dues from 40,000 Michigan providers of home health care since 2007. The Economic Freedom of…(Read More)

[singlepic id=1 w=320 h=240 float=left] Today the U.S. Commerce Department’s Bureau of Economic Analysis posted annual personal income data for 2011 on its web site. The data show that Right to Work states continue to enjoy a substantial income growth advantage over forced-unionism states. The Right to Work…(Read More)

From the Washington Times OpEd by NILRR Expert Stan Greer: Ending compulsory unionism returns focus to members’ needs   At the beginning of February, Indiana Gov. Mitch Daniels signed into law H.B. 1001, a measure prohibiting union officials from taking money from employees’ paychecks as a condition of getting or keeping a job. Indiana…(Read More)