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Michiganders Oppose Repeal of State's Right To Work Laws
2023 SurveyUSA poll revealed that 74% oppose repealing Michigan’s Right To Work Law, and just 14% favored bringing forced union dues back to the Great Lakes State.
Union Households Oppose Repeal of Michigan Right To Work
2023 SurveyUSA poll revealed that 71% of union households oppose Right To Work repeal, exposing the fact that even union members do not support forced dues.
Multiyear Poll Average Show National Support for Right To Work
Based on average past three decades of polls asking if people should have the choice to pay or a join a labor union without fear of losing their job. 

Recent Posts

National Institute for Labor Relations Research (NILRR.org) Recent Posts

Right to Work South Carolina Economic Update

Meyn America Adds Right to Work South Carolina Establishment

In the mood for chicken? Meyn America, a leading poultry processing company, is establishing operations soon in Right to Work Westminster, South Carolina. In order ...
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Right to Work Kentucky Economic Update

Domtar Paper Plans 400 Jobs in Right to Work Kentucky

Domtar Paper is creating 400 new jobs as a result of its expansion in Right to Work Hancock County, Kentucky. In order to accomplish all ...
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Right to Work Tennessee Economic Update

OMNICOMMANDER Brings More to Right to Work Tennessee

OMNICOMMANDER is expanding soon in Right to Work Brentwood, Tennessee. In order to do this, the company is investing a total of $1.3 million toward ...
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Notable Quotes

The following quotes are labor union officials' actual comments.

"When school children start paying union dues, that's when I'll start representing the interests of school children."

— Albert Shanker
At the time of the quote, Shanker was the American Federation of Teachers (AFT) union National President

"So, you tell me how I can possibly separate NEA’s collective bargaining efforts from politics—you just can’t. It’s all politics.”

— Bob Chanin
Then-NEA General Counsel

"We (NEA) want a legislative program led by leaders and staff with sufficient clout that they may roam the halls of Congress and collect votes to reorder the priorities of the United States of America."

— Terry Herndon
Then-Executive Director, National Education Association union.

"We are the biggest potential striking force in this country, and we are determined to control the direction of education.”

— Catherine Barrett
past NEA union president

Another example of why you need and deserve Right To Work laws...

USDOJ: AFSCME Union Boss Stole over $200K to Use for Gambling and other Personal Expenses

April 13, 2023

“Labor unions exist to promote the interests of the working men and women who make up their ranks. But instead of promoting the interests of his members, Clemons used his position to enrich himself and get cash to gamble at casinos,” said First Assistant U.S. Attorney Jim Cutchin.

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Teamsters Chicago too Corrupt, Union Officers Removed

April 12, 2023

Daily Herald: Teamsters (IBT) say local bosses used positions to ‘enrich themselves’ International union auditors, perhaps based on tips, concerned about “thousands in unauthorized bonuses and lavish spending” and “deeply…

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Union Corruption: IBEW LU98 Boss Brian Fiocca, Niko Rodriguez, Marita Crawford

February 11, 2023

In the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, Brian Fiocca, former employee of International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW) Local 98 (located in Philadelphia, Pa.), pleaded guilty to five counts of embezzlement of union funds, in violation of 29 U.S.C. 501(c).

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