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'Card-Check' Forced-Unionism Bill Would Hurt Employees and Employers

For years, scientific opinion polls have shown that Americans overwhelmingly oppose federal labor laws that empower union officials to represent all employees in a company unit and deny union nonmembers the right to bargain for themselves. But Organized Labor’s top…

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Reality Check For Mike Gronstal on Right to Work, Hawkeye State’s Economy

### Iowa’s 2001-2006 Income, Job Growth Greater Than Every Neighboring Forced-Dues State’s In a recent Q&A session with journalists, including Des Moines Register columnist David Yepsen and AP senior political writer Mike Glover, Iowa state Senate Majority Leader Mike Gronstal…

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How Monopolistic Teacher Unionism Is Undercutting Math and Science Education

### Executive Summary Most mainstream media reporting on the supply and demand for K- 12 public schoolteachers across America ignores the dramatic differences for teachers at different grade levels and in different fields. Around the country, school officials typically report…

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Five Reasons Why Congress Should Enact a National Right to Work Law

1. Freedom to Associate Also Means Freedom Not to Associate – The average man on the street, as well as constitutional scholars, understands that any genuine personal right should include the freedom to refrain from exercising that right. 2. Right…

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No Truce in IAFF War Against ‘Two-Hatters’

### Will Congress Hand Big Labor More Power to Punish Professional Firemen Who Also Volunteer? PFMB Hurt Volunteers.pdf 70.4 KB

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Big Labor: A $20 Billion-a-Year Business

### More Than Seven Million Private-Sector Workers Forced to Pay Dues or Fees, or Be Fired! All private-sector and a substantial minority of public-sector American unions are required each year to file LM-2 or LM-3 financial disclosure forms with the…

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New Law to Have Major Impact on Employee-Employer Relations in Utah’s Public Schools

#### Subsection (4) Precludes Monopoly Bargaining, Favoritism, and/or Endorsement of a Union as a Future Option The National Institute for Labor Relations Research (NILRR) sent out letters to Utah Public and Private School Superintendents, informing them of the impact of…

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Right to Work Law is Helping Oklahoma Turn Into an Economic Leader

### Sooner State No Longer Exporting Young Employees and Entrepreneurs to Other States On September 25, 2001, a Right to Work Amendment to the Oklahoma Constitution was adopted. Oklahoma is the 22nd and, at this writing, the latest state to…

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Since 2001, Right to Work States Lead in Job Growth, Five-to-One

For many years, U.S. Labor Department data have shown that states with Right to Work laws on the books have far faster private-sector job growth than states that do not protect employees from federal policies authorizing the termination of workers…

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In North Dakota "Opportunity Knocks"

North Dakota has a unique opportunity to demonstrate to the rest of the country what can be accomplished by switching from an exclusive-union-bargaining system in public education to a system in which there is room for individual bargaining. In a…

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