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SEIU Local 1’s 2013 Strategic Plan reveals a goal of forcing thousands of guards and airport workers into unwanted representation. A majority of the workers perform janitorial or security duties.  The plan also boasts it will help the “99%” achieve equity with the “1%.”  This “1%” must include some SEIU officials, considering their hefty…(Read More)

National Right to Work Committee’s Justin Davis explains why a Right to Work law must be a legislative priority in Pennsylvania.  Jacob Perryman, Times Observer, has the whole story: State Rep. Kathy Rapp joined fellow Pennsylvania House Republicans on Tuesday morning to launch a package of bills she said aims to “permanently eliminate this…(Read More)

Could Pennsylvania be the next Right To Work state?  John Luciew has the story at Right-to-work legislation — legally clearing the way for workers to hold union-represented jobs without joining unions or paying dues — could be about to touch off a heated debate in Pennsylvania. Or the measure could again go…(Read More)

While Barack Obama puts Right to Work laws down in Labor Day stump speeches in Ohio, Big Labor apologists cannot deny Ohio’s economy is not flourishing.  Although Ohio labor bosses and their supporting politicians believe Big Labor can control the upcoming elections’ results, things are not looking as rosy as they would like:  almost…(Read More)

Forced-dues funded billion dollar machine enables union officials to wield immense political clout, even though voluntary union membership continues to steadily decline Washington, DC (August 31, 2012) – Mark Mix, President of the National Right to Work Legal Defense Foundation and National Right to Work Committee, released the following statement regarding this year’s Labor…(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)