Since 1943, 27 states across the country have implemented right-to-work laws. Those laws ban unions from compelling workers to join, amounting to over $400 in membership dues each year. Despite the overwhelming popularity and the economic prosperity right-to-work laws have brought to states, politicians are now seeking to repeal them. President Joe Biden made repealing right-to-work laws a central pillar of his presidential campaign, arguing they “exist only to deprive unions of the financial support they need to fight for higher wages and better benefits.”
Is that political position the right one? Read our analysis in Inside Sources.