Right to Work — As Does Michigan, So Goes Wisconsin

A disturbing report out of our neighbor state…

Wisconsin is poised to enact a Right to Work Law modeled after Michigan’s new law. An AP report out of the state says the RTW legislative movement is picking-up steam in the wake of an appeals court ruling upholding the 2011 law that stripped public sector employees of the right to collective bargaining.

National Right to Work Foundation President, Mark Mix, is energized by the ruling and feels the Republican-led legislature will act on a RTW law soon. He is quoted as saying “No Wisconsin public worker should ever be forced to pay union dues or fees as a condition of employment.”

Although Governor Walker claims RTW is not on his agenda, Michigan has heard that song and dance out of Snyder.

Amy Kerr Hardin   This article also appears in Voters Legislative Transparency Project

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1 Response to Right to Work — As Does Michigan, So Goes Wisconsin

  1. Jeanette Hayes says:

    Actually, all of this comes straight from ALEC which is corporate founded and FUNDED. Jenette Hayes

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