Liberals seethe as Right to Work states recovering far faster from pandemic lockdowns

In Right to Work states, the number of manufacturing payroll employees had rebounded 10.1 percent just one year after its 2020 lows, a bump 63 percent greater than what forced-unionism states experienced, according to Labor Department statistics from July.

Mix in Newsweek: Who should control our government schools?

In nearly every state, the heads of public-sector unions have at least some power to force teachers, police officers, firefighters and other public employees into one-size-fits-all contracts that make public services more responsive to the interests of union bosses than to those of the public.


Mark Mix: How Union Bosses Lie to Pass The PRO-Act

"The so-called PRO-Act doubles down on the coercion. It would eliminate Right to Work laws, forcing millions of workers to pay union dues as a condition of employment, allow coercive “card check” unionization so union bosses can gain power without a secret ballot election, and further restrict workers’ ability to remove an unwanted union."

Airline employee asks Supreme Court to hear his case against union bosses who pilfered his paycheck

The policy that Baisley is challenging requires employees who choose not to join the union to opt out of funding the union’s political and ideological activities during a brief annual “window period,” or else have money exacted from their wages for those purposes against their will.