News From: Right to Work

by Brian Young | on Oct 26, 2017

Right to Work to be Illegal in Illinois

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by Press and Media | on Oct 18, 2017

LIBN: The Right to Work Movement

Long Island Business News gives a great overview of what National Right to Work would do to the country.

by Guest Post | on Oct 16, 2017

Saving Your Union

Over the last few months, UCOMM has been reporting about the dangers of a court case named Janus v. AFSCME. This case would bring Right-to-Work for public employees to every state. With that prospect...

by Kris LaGrange | on Sep 26, 2017

Janus to be Decided on Sept. 28

On September 28th, the US Supreme Court will decide whether to hear one of the most important labor cases in modern history.

by Kris LaGrange | on Sep 22, 2017

Making Right to Work Illegal

While Right to Work laws have been getting passed around the country, no state has ever passed a law to repeal Right to Work. With more than half of the states now Right to Work, the impact has begun...

by Kris LaGrange | on Sep 21, 2017

Michigan Law Revokes Your Unions' CBA

In the five years since Michigan became Right to Work, workers in the state have faced constant attacks. As many of the major cities in Michigan dealt with bankrupt city budgets following years of...

by Kris LaGrange | on Sep 07, 2017

Right-Wing Alliance Aims Mortal Blow at Unions

With Trump in the White House and states across the country trying to pass Right to Work laws, the Koch Brothers are foaming at the mouth to deal a “mortal blow” to organized labor. In an...

by Brian Young | on Sep 07, 2017

Canada to United States: Repeal Right to Work

This week, Mexico, Canada, and the United States sat down in Mexico City to hold talks on renegotiating the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA). During the talks, labor rights took a central...

by Kate Hogan | on Aug 25, 2017

Collecting Dues in Right to Work States

Earlier this month, lawyers led by The National Right to Work Legal Defense Foundation asked the Supreme Court to hear the case of Janus v AFSCME. This case threatens the very existence of organized...

by Brian Young | on Aug 18, 2017

310,567 Missourians Say No to RTW

On Friday, months of hard work paid off as the union movement flooded the Missouri State Capitol to officially file 310,567 signatures to stop Right-to-Work from being enacted in the state. So many...