Fight over unionism gains steam in Keystone State
Anthony Reidel, spokesman for the National Right to Work Legal Defense Foundation, comments on efforts to bring a Right to Work Law through the Pennsylvania legislature. Despite little optimism, Pennsylvania workers have a chance at freedom with several Right to Work beills currently before the legislature.
Brad Bumsted has the story in the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review.
For years, pro-business lawmakers trotted out bills to make Pennsylvania a state that can‘t force people to pay union dues. Such bills languished in committees with no expectation of legislative action.
Anthony Riedel, spokesman for the National Right to Work Committee, said the group considers New Hampshire, Missouri, Pennsylvania, Montana and Alaska the next battlegrounds.
In Pennsylvania, there‘s “a shot,” Riedel said.