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  WHEN IVIES SIDE WITH THE NATIONAL RIGHT TO WORK COMMITTEE Politico Morning Shift Online, March 01, 2016 MIT and the Ivy League teamed up Monday on an amicus brief urging the NLRB not to allow graduate student teaching assistants to form unions at Columbia. The schools said there’s no “compelling reason,” to reverse…(Read More)

Today, veteran National Right to Work Legal Defense Foundation staff attorney Milton Chappell will defend Wisconsin’s Right to Work law in Dane County Circuit Court against a lawsuit filed by International Association of Machinist (IAM) union lawyers. Chappell represents four Wisconsin employees who believe they should not be forced to pay union dues to…(Read More)

According to a nationwide survey conducted late last year by the National Association of Realtors (NAR), 95% of renters aged 34 and under want to own a home in the future. Among renters of all ages, a still-hefty 83% desire to own. The NAR also found that by far the most common reason offered…(Read More)

Right to Work for Ohio?


Ohio legislators are once again presented with an opportunity to give Ohio workers workplace freedom.  Jeremy Pelzer has the story on A number of Republican leaders say they personally support House Bill 377, which would prohibit private-sector labor union membership as a condition of employment. The House Commerce and Labor Committee gave…(Read More)