Workers in union-friendly states earn more than those in anti-union states, and pay more taxes to subsidize low-wage earners in the anti-union, right-to-work states.
via ThinkProgress, Gov. Rick Snyder agreed to an interview with APR ("American Public Radio") radio host Jeremy Hobson, who stumped the governor when he was asked to explain... if the intent of his legislation isn't to destroy the unions... just how does "union busting"
Wisconsin Assembly Speaker Jeff Fitzgerald told a reporter on March 27 that he and legislative Republicans were interested in pursuing a law that would make the state a right-to-work (for less) state. Gov. Scott Walker has repeatedly stated
Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker is shown in a video from January of 2011 saying he would use a 'divide and conquer' strategy against unions. He said the first step would be to go after collective bargaining. The statement came as a response to a
Indiana Gov. Mitch Daniels (R) repeatedly misled viewers about right-to-work (for less) laws and his own record on Fox News Sunday morning. WALLACE: Finally, you just signed this month a law making Indiana the 23rd state, right-to-work
It's a good day for labor across the country as three anti-worker bills appear to have died in the legislatures of Arizona, Colorado and Pennsylvania. Arizona's was the worst, as it was a full-out assault on collective bargaining rights for
Minnesota State Senator Dave Thompson, an extremist closely aligned to the tea party, introduced legislation to put a right-to-work (for less) amendment on the ballot in the state for the 2012 election. The legislation will go through the
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