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(2013 NILRR Fact Sheet — Right to Work States’ Wide Compensation Growth Advantage Cuts Across Regions) Forced-Unionism States From Northeast, South and Midwest in Bottom 11 For 2002-2012 Gains For years, U.S. Commerce Department data have shown that states with Right to Work laws on the books have far faster private-sector compensation growth than states [...]
Court Rules Union Bosses Can Ignore Identity Theft Laws To Intimidate Employees (Click here to download Fact Sheet) Over the course of the past century, American elected officials and judges have handed to Big Labor an array of special privileges and immunities that would be unimaginable for any other type of private organization. The U.S. Congress started [...]
Right to Work States Benefit from Faster Growth and Higher Real Purchasing Power January 2013 Update (click to download .pdf file of fact sheet)
By Stacy Swimp, president of the Frederick Douglass Society (click here to download pdf of Fact Sheet) In the wake of Michigan’s stunning enactment of the 24th state Right to Work law this month, diehard proponents of compulsory unionism are now mounting a desperate bid to sow racial division over such legislation, which prohibits the [...]
Seven Lowest-Ranking States For Cost of Living-Adjusted Income Lack Right to Work Laws (Click to download Fact Sheet) Economists who wish to compare living standards among various countries routinely use purchasing power parity (PPP) in their calculations. As its Wikipedia entry explains, PPP is “an economic theory and a technique used to determine the relative value of [...]
Total Debt as a Share of Annual Personal Income 50% Higher Than in Right to Work States (Click here to download Fact Sheet) As many observers of Organized Labor have noted, there has been an enormous shift of power within union officialdom over the past few decades. As recently as 1980, the year Ronald Reagan was elected [...]