Is ‘Right to Work’ a ‘Taking’?
No, but that doesn’t mean an liberal, activist, pro-union judge wouldn’t say so. George Leef discusses here.
With Scalia Gone, Unions Win for Now
It is a sad day when the Supreme Court ends up not being able to permanently free public workers from their mandatory obligations to pay union dues even when they choose not to join the union. Yet this is what …
The Labor Story the Media Is Missing: Local Right-to-Work Laws Are Spreading
Last month Wisconsin made national headlines by becoming the 25th right-to-work state. But there’s another equally significant development in workers’ rights that has largely escaped media attention: the rapid flowering of local right-to-work laws in Kentucky.
As of December 1, 2014, …
Wisconsin Ready to Pass Right to Work
Last month, I noted that Wisconsin’s Republican legislature was prepared to make it the 25th state to approve a right-to-work law.
Private-sector workers would no longer be forced to join a union or pay union dues to get or …