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DE Republicans Face Uphill Battle to Enact 'Right-to-Work' in Specified Areas

DE Republicans Face Uphill Battle to Enact 'Right-to-Work' in Specified Areas
Republicans in the Delaware General Assembly are pushing a plan to enact “Right-to-Work” in areas of the Blue Hen State. Assembly members are searching for ways to stimulate the state’s sluggish recovery, so Republicans are portraying this textbook anti-worker law as necessary to promote new investments. An empty former General Motors plant near Newport is one of the proposed “Right-to-Work” zones.
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One Year Later, Impact of 'Right-to-Work' on MI’s Private Sector Unions Is Minimal

One Year Later, Impact of 'Right-to-Work' on MI’s Private Sector Unions Is Minimal
For Michigan unions, the one year anniversary of the implementation of “Right-to-Work” is fast approaching, yet for many shops the effects have been minimal. The new recruiting methods have allowed some unions to bring in younger workers, most of whom are happy to enter the union, to replace outgoing retirees.
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Could US Right-to-Work Laws Drive Canadian Jobs to the New South of the Border?

Could US Right-to-Work Laws Drive Canadian Jobs to the New South of the Border?
While Right-to-Work legislation has traditionally been the norm in the American south, the decision by the Michigan legislature to adopt the anti-union legislation has placed the issue on Canada’s doorstep. The importance may already be significant in light of a near 50-year low in the "coverage rate" for Canadian workers outside of the agriculture sector.
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Even with Missouri GOP Supermajority, Right-to-Work Unlikely to Pass

Even with Missouri GOP Supermajority, Right-to-Work Unlikely to Pass
Weeks after Missouri Lt. Governor Peter Kinder told attendees of an American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC) conference that his state was hoping to enact Right-to-Work legislation, the prospects that reality look grim. Kinder said “Right-to-Work” could be achieved through a ballot measure, but some of his fellow Republicans believe this would inevitably fail and could even cost the party seats in the legislature.
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