The U.S. Supreme Court will issue a decision on the Janus v. AFSCME case, which is part of the “right-to-work” agenda.
For people not familiar with “right-to-work,” it is a misnomer; it isn’t about the right to hold a job, work for a fair living and support your family. Instead, it is about the right to work for a company that wants to pay you less for the same amount of work done each day, if not more. It is about stripping away the rights of being a card-carrying union member. It is a chance for the big corporations to take away your right to be able to bargain collectively for fair wages, benefits, vacation and sick days.
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