Right-to-work laws

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Right-to-work laws prohibit requiring union membership of workers. Nearly half the states in the United States have these laws to prohibit union-only shops.[1]

In non-right-to-work states, a worker is forced to join and pay dues to the union or, if he does not join, will still have to pay union dues.

References

  1. National Right to Work Foundation. Right to Work States. [1]
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