Springfield, VA (PRWEB) September 01, 2016
Experts from the National Right to Work Legal Defense Foundation and the National Right to Work Committee are available to comment on a variety of labor-related issues over the Labor Day weekend.
Several high-profile topics related to unions and workplace rights are in the news this Labor Day, and Right to Work spokespeople are available to comment on any of the following:
- The implications of the 2016 election on American labor policy going forward including the positions of Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump on Right to Work ;
- Union boss political spending continues to grow, with Organized Labor projected to spend around $2 billion on politics and lobbying during the 15-16 election cycle;
- The ongoing push for Right to Work protections at the state level, with West Virginia becoming the 26th Right to Work state earlier this year (the 4th new RTW state in 4 years);
- The ramifications of the Supreme Court split decision on the Friedrichs case and the state of the Supreme Court regarding compulsory unionism;
- A variety of other issues related to compulsory unionism including new powers granted to Big Labor by the Obama NLRB, Big Labor’s attempt to target ridesharing drivers who work with companies like Uber & Lyft, and the negative impact of teacher unions on education and teacher rights.
To schedule an interview please contact Grant Kros at the National Right to Work Foundation at (703) 321-8510.
The National Right to Work Legal Defense Foundation is a nonprofit, charitable organization providing free legal aid to employees whose human or civil rights have been violated by compulsory unionism abuses. Its web address is http://www.nrtw.org.
The National Right to Work Committee, established in 1955, is a nonprofit, nonpartisan, single-purpose citizens' organization dedicated to the principle that all Americans must have the right to join a union if they choose to, but none should ever be forced to affiliate with a union in order to get or keep a job. Its web address is http://www.nrtwc.org.