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Right to Work news and analysis from The Nation
January 7, 2019
Lee Carter’s Campaign for Labor Rights in Virginia Is Important for All Working Americans
His fight against “right-to-work” should inspire more Democrats to challenge the atrocious Taft-Hartley law.
December 20, 2018
Who’s Leading the Next Unionization Charge? That’s Right: Florida.
The Service Employees International Union is poised to represent half of all adjunct faculty in the “right to work” state’s public-school system.
August 8, 2018
A Huge Win for Organized Labor in Missouri
Unions just upset the calculus of the Koch brothers and their corporate allies by winning a landslide victory for labor rights.
August 6, 2018
A ‘Summer of Workers’ Win in Missouri Could Be a Pivot Point for American Labor
Unions are fighting to overturn a so-called “right-to-work” law. If they win, it will be a huge victory for working Americans.
February 26, 2018
These Cities Aren’t Waiting for the Supreme Court to Decide Whether or Not to Gut Unions
They’re finding ways to support organizing now.
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January 22, 2018
How the Right’s War on Unions Is Killing the Democratic Party
“Right-to-work” laws have a measurable effect on voting patterns.
November 16, 2017
How the Labor Movement Can Win Under National ‘Right to Work’
Labor’s biggest gains have been made not when the law has been on our side, but when workers have been most willing to stand up and fight.
November 18, 2016
Workers Don’t Need Trump to Give Them a Voice. They Need Unions.
The key to rebuilding the working class is labor organizing, not scapegoating people of color and immigrants.
August 24, 2016
It’s Official: Graduate Students Can Unionize
A landmark ruling has affirmed that graduate students at private universities are workers, and can organize as such.
July 27, 2016
Yes, Temps Can Unionize Too
Temp employees often have a hard time figuring out who their real boss is. A new NLRB ruling takes the guesswork out of that conundrum.