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The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review’s editorial reviews the likelihood of West Virginia becoming the 26th Right To Work state while recommending Right to Work for Pennsylvania also. While union sentiment runs deep in The Mountain State, 80 percent of union members believe paying union dues should be the workers’ choice, according to polling information cited…(Read More)

Michael Saltsman  uncovers the truth behind the so-called rallies union bosses have been trying to attribute to fast food and other retail workers.  His story appears on triblive.com. Did you hear about last week’s union-organized protests at fast food restaurants? Don’t worry — no one else heard about them, either. These…(Read More)

Unlike Wisconsin Governor Walker, and Ohio Governor John Kasich, Pennsylvania Governor Tom Corbett has done little to alleviate the crushing taxpayer burden of government employee monopoly bargaining.   Mike Wereschagin questions Pennsylvania Governor Corbett’s capitulation to union bosses in the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review.  Considering the state of Pennsyvania’s economy and the growth of government…(Read More)

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