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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)

West Virginia may beat Ohio and Kentucky with a Right to Work bill which will be introduced next month at the beginning of the Mountain State’s legislature.  Jason Hart has the story in watchdog.org. West Virginia Senate President Bill Cole expects state lawmakers to vote on a right-to-work bill early in…(Read More)

    Worker files unfair labor charge against GM, UAW Detroit News Online, December 01, 2015 Daniel Lowery of Holly is claiming unfair labor practices against the three entities, according to a copy of the charges filed last week by the National Right to Work Defense Foundation Inc. on behalf of Lowery. The foundation says…(Read More)

Union bosses in West Virginia are running scared as a public opinion poll shows 60% of West Virginians support a Right To Work law for the Mountain State.  A Right To Work law for West Virginia would realize the state’s motto, “Montani Semper Liberi,” or  “Mountaineers are Always Free.”  Jason Hart has the story…(Read More)

  Friedrichs Amicus Brief: National Right to Work Legal Defense Foundation onlabor.org, November 18, 2015 “This point is dispositive,” the foundation claims, because “Abood‘s ‘free rider’ rationale is predicated on the opposite presumption: that exclusivity is a burden imposed on unions that impedes their ability to recruit members. This supposition turns reality on…(Read More)

  Unions Are Choking Reform Efforts At The VA, Says Committee Chairman The Daily Caller Online, October 22, 2015 There are a quarter of a million union members that work for the Department of Veterans Affairs,” he told The Washington Free Beacon. “They have a stranglehold not only on the agency but the leadership there…(Read More)

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