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California appears open for business.  That is, open for Right to Work states to come in and court businesses to relocate in their states.  Steve Malanga has the story publicsectorinc.com. We’ve written before about the efforts of Texas Gov. Rick Perry to lure California businesses to his state, which elicited a scatological response…(Read More)

Job, Income Data Indicate Right to Work Laws Economically Beneficial National Institute for Labor Relations Research Right to Work Fact Sheet, August 13, 2013 As of the end of 2012, 22 states had Right to Work laws on the books prohibiting the termination of employees for refusal to pay dues or fees to an unwanted…(Read More)

NILRR shows how Right to Work can improve a state’s good economy.   Kristina Roegner has the story in the Wall Street Journal. Here in the Buckeye State, we’ve made major economic strides over the past two and a half years. Facing an $8 billion budget deficit in 2011 and unemployment over 9%, Gov…(Read More)

      Tennessee helps lead resurgence in U.S. manufacturing jobs blogs.tennessean.com, May 23, 2013 Tennessee was among the leaders in U.S. manufacturing resurgence during the first quarter of 2013, with a nearly 5 percent gain in jobs over the same period last year, according to a report from IHS Global…(Read More)

    NLRB Sneak Attack on First Amendment Shopfloor.org, February 15, 2013 The NLRB is up to its sneaky ways and they are hoping to slip another precedent shattering decision under the radar.  According to the U.S. Supreme Court in the Beck decision, employees can object to a portion of union dues’ expenditures if the…(Read More)

Meanwhile, Right to Work States’ ‘K-12 Contingent’ Has Grown by Nearly 1.8 Million Since 2000 (Click here to download the School-Age Population Falling In Forced-Unionism States fact sheet) The state Right to Work law adopted by the Indiana General Assembly and signed into law by GOP Gov. Mitch Daniels this February…(Read More)

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