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Right to Work is WRONG for American Workers

Date: January 20, 2018
Type: AFA Article

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In "Right to Work" states, workers make less in pay, have access to fewer benefits, and are nearly 50% more likely to get hurt on the job because Unions are often the watch dogs and enforcers of workplace safety standards.

To date, twenty-eight (28) states are “Right to Work” states, Kentucky and Missouri passing “right-to-work” legislation in 2017. Other states, including Colorado, Connecticut, and Maine have similar laws under consideration. “Right-to-Work” legislation has been introduced in the House of Representatives, and “The President believes in ‘right-to-work’” and wants to do what he thinks is “in the best interest of job creators.” 

The FACT is "right to work" laws are WRONG for American workers. Take a few minutes to learn exactly what “Right to Work” means and how it can, and will, affect your career.

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