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Anti-Right to Work Campaign in Ohio Roughs up the Truth www.nilrr.org, April 27th, 2013 While the importance of and need for an Ohio Right to Work law are now being recognized by more and more citizens, grass-roots proponents have yet to agree about what is the most promising approach for reaching their objective. Nevertheless, Big [...]
H.R. 1120, the Preventing Greater Uncertainty in Labor-Management Relations Act House of Representatives Education and Workforce Committee, March 13, 2013 Links to Foundation Story In January 2012, President Obama installed three so-called recess appointments to the National Labor Relations Board while Congress was not in recess. In the wake of the president’s unprecedented action, efforts [...]
Elijah Grajkowski,Wisconsin public school teacher, explains why he would rather teach in freedom. Read his entire story in the Journal-Sentinel Online. If the teachers union is as wonderful as it claims, then it should have no problem attracting members, without the need to force teachers to join. For years, I have chosen not to be [...]
Pay Up or Get Sued Washington Free Beacon, January 23, 2013 Steven Cook, president of the Michigan Education Association, circulated an email to local union officials and staff instructing them to monitor revenue streams in light of the right-to-work laws, which are set to go into effect on March 27, 2013. The law allows [...]
National Right to Work Legal Defense Foundation President Mark Mix comments on federal court reaffirmation of Wisconsin’s government union reforms in Wisconsin, as reported in Green Mountain Scribes. With free legal assistance from the National Right to Work Foundation and the Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty, three Wisconsin public employees moved to intervene in [...]
An Activist Decision Striking Down Wisconsin’s Collective Bargaining Law On September 14, according to innumerable credulous media accounts, Dane County Circuit Judge Juan Colas finally accomplished for Big Labor what union operatives had previously failed to do in state and federal court and in a series of “recall” elections, including one this June targeting GOP Gov. [...]
Public Unions: The Largest Political Machine - Walter Russell Mead, TAI The perceptive public-policy and political commentator Walter Russell Mead has many good insights in a post today (linked above) for his blog on the American Interest web site. After recapping and analyzing a Wall Street Journal news story that documents the extraordinarily wide range of [...]
Right to Work Works! The New American Online, June 15, 2012 For purposes of this discussion, the definition of the Right to Work principle will be that provided by the National Institute for Labor Relations Research: Walker will not pursue right-to-work in Wisconsin Human Events Online, June 15, 2012 “No, I’m not going to do [...]