It’s up to state legislatures to decide whether workers must join a union to get or keep a job. So far, 23 states–along with Guam–have decided workers should have a “right to work” without having to join a union.
A renewed focus on collective bargaining rights in the last two years has rekindled interest in these laws. Sixteen states considered right-to-work bills last year, although none passed. So far this year, lawmakers in 12 states have introduced bills; Indiana’s legislation passed in February….