Time for National Right to Work

Indiana is considering becoming a Right to Work state, which would make it the first state since Oklahoma in 2001 to end coerced unionism. Twenty-two states have opted to be Right to Work states, and all are in Flyover Country.  Most states continue to require that all workers at a place of employment join a union and pay union dues if 51% of the workers at that place of employment vote to have a union.  Not only must the 49% who vote against the union pay hefty dues each month to bosses who spend most of those dues supporting the left, but these 49% are also forbidden by law from negotiating their own terms of employment. What happens when a state enacts a Right to Work law?  Employees of businesses still have the right to form a union, providing that no one is forced to join or compelled to pay dues.  Members of the union can still strike, but they cannot prevent other employees from still working.  The union can still negotiate contract terms for their...(Read Full Article)