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The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey. a joint venture between the Empire and Garden States, controls a substantial share of the transportation infrastructure in the New York City region, including bridges, tunnels, airports and seaports. As Steven Malanga of the Manhattan Institute reports in a new article for the MI-published City…(Read More)

  Judge Rules Wisconsin’s Right To Work Statute Illegal — Now What? Forbes.com, April 20, 2016 RJL helped with article So, why is RTW illegal in Wisconsin? Judge Foust states that under RTW, “a free-rider problem is born – the ability of nonmembers to refuse to pay for services unions are compelled to provide…(Read More)

Right to Work advocates are hopeful that a federal judge’s willingness to stand up to union-label President Barack Obama’s National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) bureaucrats will help steel the spines of congressional leaders to do the same. For well over a year now, the National Right to Work Committee and its members…(Read More)

National Right to Work Foundation Releases Statement on Deadlocked Supreme Court Friedrichs Ruling   4-4 decision leaves public sector union officials’ forced-dues powers in place Washington, DC (March 29, 2016) – Patrick Semmens, vice president of the National Right to Work Foundation, issued the following statement regarding the Supreme Court’s 4-4 Friedrichs ruling…(Read More)

Jason Chaffetz, Utah, Chairman of the U.S. House of Representatives Oversight and Government Reform Committee, and Congressman Gary Palmer of Alabama, describe how monopoly bargaining rules undermine the federal government’s cybersecurity in the Washington Times Online. The federal government’s most important responsibility is to protect this nation and its citizens. That includes…(Read More)

The Supreme Court case, Friedrichs v. California Teachers Association, could ensure Right to Work privileges for all government union employees.  Education Intelligence Agency’s Mike Antonucci quotes Allison Porter of the Murphy Institute’s thoughts on what teacher union officials will do about the Friedrichs v. CTA decision, whatever the outcome. On the pages of…(Read More)

Breakdowns in negotiation of a monopoly bargaining contract has resulted in a slowdown at West Coast ports that has lasted more than a year. Washington state has lost approximately $77 million in business due to the slowdown.  Andrew Soergel has the story in US News and World Report Online. “This value represents the sum of…(Read More)

More than 70 years ago, when Steele v. Louisville & Nashville Railroad came before the U.S. Supreme Court, there was no federal law prohibiting race-based job discrimination perpetrated by employers or other private parties. As a consequence, the railroad executives who were the principal defendants in this case were able to contend that…(Read More)

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