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Down but not out: Look for right-to-work to be resurrected onenewsnow.com, August 08, 2018 Tuesday night’s vote was a big win for unions, which The Associated Press says spent millions of dollars in recent weeks to convince Missourians that right-to-work is bad for the Show Me State. “I’ve…(Read More)

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US Supreme Court ruling in union dues impacts case in Oregon kveo.com, July 30, 2018 Debora Nearman, a systems analyst with the Department of Fish and Wildlife, said in her lawsuit filed in April in federal court that the state’s practice of forcing her to pay fees to fund union activity violated her…(Read More)

Audience in Reading hears both sides of right-to-work issue wfmz.com, April 04, 2018 The panel consisted of Stephen Herzenberg, executive director, Keystone Research Center; Stanley T. Greer, senior research associate, National Institute for Labor Relations Research; Robert Orzechowski, expert on human resources issues and current chief operating officer for Lancaster Cancer Center…(Read More)

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The National Institute for Labor Relations Research senior research associate Stan Greer recently published some of his findings at CNSNews.  According to Mr. Greer, aggregate employment growth in the 22 states that had still not adopted Right to Work legislation as of the end of last year grew by less than half the Right to…(Read More)

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Trump’s Appointees Are Restoring Reason to the NLRB Wall Street Journal Online, January 31, 2018\ Meantime, the new NLRB has more repair work to do. Up next for reversal could be an Obama-era rule that cut the median time for union elections by more than a third, making them harder for management to…(Read More)

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Right to Work = Better Quality of Life when measured by:  Percentage Growth in Total Private Sector, Non-Farm Employment (2005-2015); Percentage Growth in the Number of People Employed (2006-2016); Growth in Manufacturing, Private-Sector Payroll Employment (2011-2016); Cost of Living-Adjusted Per Capita Disposable Personal Income (2016); New Privately-Owned Single-Unit…(Read More)

Drawing on multi-year data collected and reported by the federal Bureau of Labor Statistics and Occupational Safety and Health Administration, the Indiana Department of Labor (IDOL) recently pointed out that the rate of workplaces injuries and illnesses is now at an all-time low in the Hoosier State: At 3.5 injuries or illnesses…(Read More)

One important reason why living standards in Indiana have improved relative to in forced-unionism states nationwide since the Hoosier Right to Work law was adopted in early 2012 is the relative reduction in Indianans’ cost of living from 2012 to 2016. In an op-ed published last weekend by the Columbia (Mo.) Tribune (see…(Read More)

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