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BREAKING: Judge Strikes Down Scott Walker's "Right-To-Work" Law As Unconstitutional. In America’s twenty-five right-to-work states, the average worker makes $5,971 (or 12.2%) less than in union-friendly states; median household income is $6,568 (or 11.8%) less. Right-to-work states have higher rates of uninsured workers, have higher rates of poverty, higher infant mortality rates. and have a 54% higher rate of workplace fatalities.

BREAKING: Judge Strikes Down Scott Walker’s “Right-To-Work” Law As Unconstitutional Workers and labor unions just won a HUGE victory in Wisconsin.

Right to Work Laws: Lions, Tigers and Unions. Oh My! With Michigan soon to become the 25th state to adopt "Right to Work" laws it about time you understood them. My Johnny Cash Teacher attempt to Walk the Line and do some explain’ By: Keith Hughes.

from Fortune

What right-to-work laws really mean

Indiana could become the first state to embrace a right-to-work law in more than a decade, alarming organized labor proponents who fear a shift in public support for workers’ rights.

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Here's How to Put Public Unions Out of Business - http://www.richardcyoung.com/politics/right-to-work/heres-put-public-unions-business/ - You shouldn’t have to join a union if you don’t want to. But that’s exactly what happens to teachers in states that don’t have right-to-work laws. A friend on mine who is a history teacher in non-right-to-work Boston, Massachusetts complains about the dues automatically deducted from his paychec...

from Forbes

'Right-to-Work' Laws Explained, Debunked And Demystified

'Right-to-Work' Laws Explained, Debunked And Demystified - Forbes

from the Guardian

Wisconsin right-to-work law struck down by court as unconstitutional

Wisconsin right-to-work law struck down by court as unconstitutional Right-to-work laws prohibit businesses and unions from reaching agreements that require all workers, not just union members, to pay union dues 04.08.16