Right-to-work laws

Source: Ballotpedia, 2017

Right-to-work laws are pieces of legislation that guarantee that no employee can be forced to join, or not join, a union, or be forced to pay dues to a labor union as a condition of employment. Right-to-work laws also prohibit labor unions and employers from entering into contracts that only employ unionized workers for the jobs under the contract. ….

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