by: Jordan Gibson
Today as I scrolled across the website of West Virginia’s political parties, I came across something interesting on the West Virginia Republican Party’s front page. It was an article titled, “ICYMI: Right to Work is Right for WV.” Friends, seeing this was very startling considering the Republicans in West Virginia now have enough leverage to pass this kind of legislation.
Read more on the Gilbert Times.
Having a powerful partner on the other side of the bargaining table can make for happier workplaces and better public services.
As argument commenced at the Supreme Court last Monday, most eyes were on Justice Antonin Scalia. While still the Court’s conservative paterfamilias, union supporters were looking to Scalia as a potential swing vote in their favor in the case, Friedrichs v. California Teachers Association.
Read more on The Atlantic.
Ohio workers stand with our brothers and sisters in West Virginia in their fight against Right to Work is wrong. WV lawmakers show they are, very clearly, anti-worker.