Archive for 'Right to Work'
We are excited to announce that the PA House of Representatives has taken the next step in the ongoing battle to free Pennsylvania workers and unleash our economy. Our legislative allies have introduced the Open Workforce Initiative package, a group of six bills that will give PA workers the ability to choose whether or not [...]Full Story
Freedom, Prosperity and Right to Work Sylvia Bokor The Right to Work clause came into existence in 1935, embedded in the Taft-Hartely Law. It means that (A) employees may not be forced to join a union, that (B) employers need not hire only those who agree to join a union, and (C) employers need not [...]Full Story
Thank you for campaign help Dear Editor: I write this letter in appreciation, deep gratitude and thanks to all who participated in my campaign for Delegate to the Republican National Convention in the 9th Congressional District of Pennsylvania. A most special thanks to all who did the hard work of enabling me to get on [...]Full Story
Overwhelmingly, citizens and voters of Pennsylvania across the political spectrum (Democrats, Republicans, Independents) support a Right To Work Law, which stops forced unionism. Right To Work doesn’t interfere with collective bargaining. It gives the worker the choice to join and support a union or refrain from joining and supporting a union. Simply, it restores everyone’s [...]Full Story
by Rodney Miller, Berks County Patriots This past August 16th, the PA House Labor and Industry Committee held hearings on the issue of Right to Work. The question was, should a person be required to belong to or pay a fee to a union to gain or retain employment. Article 1, Section 1 of Pennsylvania’s Constitution [...]Full Story