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Corporate Interest Groups Are Pushing So-Called Right-to-Work Across the U.S.
Michigan Republicans passed a so-called right-to-work law, undermining the freedom to have a union in one of the strongest union states. Working people, unions and allies are mobilizing to stop the spread of the law, which lowers living standards for workers and threatens collective bargaining.
Know the facts. So-called Right-to-Work doesn't create jobs. It turns good union jobs into bad jobs.
- Workers in so-called right-to-work states make about $5,300 less per year.
- In so-called right-to-work states, fewer are free to join a union, slashing retirement contributions and crippling pensions.
- You might call it “right-to-work to death” - the workplace death rate is 36 percent higher in so-called right-to-work states.
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Factsheet: So-called Right-to-Work Means No Union Work
AFL-CIO: State Legislative Battles - Right-to-Work for Less
Economic Policy Institute: Right-to-Work Research
American Rights at Work: Right-to-Work is Wrong for Everyone
U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of Economic Analysis. Data released Sept. 2012. Annual Average Wage per Job, US and states (2011)