Right-To-Work legislation allows bosses to gut union security clauses. This means that a worker doesn’t have to join a union or pay dues. However, federal labor law requires that the union, as the legal worker representative, must represent all workers, member or not. How does a union do that without funds?
If there was justice in the world, a Right-To-Employ law would force chambers of commerce to represent all businesses, even those who refuse to pay dues. How about a Right-To-Buy law? That would force Sam’s Club and Costco to pass on the savings to shoppers who refuse to pay a membership fee. How about a Right-To-Associate law? That would force the National Rifle Association to represent all gun owners, even those who chose not to pay NRA dues.
After all, fair is fair.Share