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(To download a copy of this 2016 Election Cycle Fact Sheet in Adobe .PDF format, click here.) The National Institute for Labor Relations Research’s 2016 Election Cycle analysis of Big Labor Political Spending again shows an amount approaching $2 Billion, making labor unions, which have the  ability to tax employees via forced-dues, the…(Read More)


‘The Evidence Suggests That There Is a Positive Relationship Between Economic Growth and the Presence of [a Right to Work] Law and That the Magnitude of the Legislation’s Effects May Be Substantial’ (Download Fact Sheet PDF) All across America, Right to Work states have long benefited from economic growth far superior to that of…(Read More)


Can Big Labor Representation That Cuts Your Pay Really Be a Benefit? Even Pro-Forced Unionism California Attorney General and U.S. Senate Candidate Kamala Harris Admits Labor Laws Give Union Bosses ‘Substantial Latitude to Advance Bargaining Positions’ That Hurt Talented Employees (Click Download and Share this Fact Sheet) The two sides in Friedrichs v…(Read More)

Right to Work States Benefit from Faster Growth, Higher Real Purchasing Power — Summer 2016 Update (click here to download and share the Right to Work States Benefit from Faster Growth, Higher Real Purchasing Power Fact Sheet) * The term “Tax Freedom Day,” was coined and popularized by the nonpartisan, Washington, D.C. -based Tax Foundation.…(Read More)

On Average, Factory-Sector Employees in Forced-Unionism States Receive Roughly $3600 Less in Cost of Living-Adjusted Annual Compensation Than Their Right to Work State Counterparts By Stan Greer (download pdf of Fact Sheet) For several decades, it was a pillar of conventional labor-policy wisdom that manufacturing jobs in the United States were…(Read More)

None of the 12 States With the Greatest Absolute State-and-Local Government Debt Per Capita Protects Employees From Being Fired For Refusal to Bankroll an Unwanted Union Twenty-five years ago this May, as state officials across the nation were raising taxes and curtailing essential services to patch over large and widening budget gaps…(Read More)