Saturday, July 18, 2009

Employee Free Choice Act Could Jeopardize Right to Work Laws

While this issue was grossly under-reported last year (except through EmployerReport.com), a bill was introduced in Congress (HR 6477, view here) to eliminate the ability of states to have Right to Work laws.

Now, Kevin Mooney at the Washington Examiner has written how enactment of the hallucinogenically-named Employee Free Choice Act could place Right-to-Work states at risk of becoming forced unionization states.

Employee Free Choice Act could jeopardize "Right to Work" laws, Cantor Says Washington Examiner

For more information on unions' Pay-Dues-or-be-Fired Scheme, go here.

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