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Opinion Rep. Virginia Foxx: Tell the union bosses to take a hike
March 3, 2022 // “The right to live includes the right to work.” On March 18, 1947, North Carolina’s right-to-work law was ratified, and since then, the freedom of workers to decide whether to join, pay dues to, and be represented by a labor union has been protected. It should be kept that way.
Union ‘neutrality’ agreements aren’t neutral for Tennessee | Opinion
February 10, 2022 // In short, organizers will target and pester workers until they sign a card saying they want representation. All they may really want is for union representatives to leave them alone. Once enough workers sign cards, United Auto Workers will achieve a monopoly. That means that, with no election whatsoever, workers will find the union representing them. Even those who don’t want union representation will be stuck under the United Auto Workers’ contract.
Future Ford megasite workers deserve protection of their right to a private union vote
January 18, 2022 // Tennessee workers are fortunate to live in a right-to-work state where they cannot be forced to pay dues to a union. But even with right-to-work, employees and job creators are still susceptible to union intimidation and deception that can come with card check organizing.