National Right to Work Committee

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National Right to Work Committee is an organization established in 1955 designed to mobilize public opposition to compulsory unionism. One of the largest public-interest groups in America, the National Right to Work Committee has 2.2 million members.

It is estimated[Who says?] that the union lords are grabbing $10 billion in forced dues annually with the intent to control the economic and political destiny of the United States. 22 states have right to work laws and their citizens get $2800 more in after-tax purchasing power. Meanwhile, the states without Right To Work laws pay 25% more for food, housing, health care, transportation, utilities, property taxes, and college tuition than residents of Right to Work states.

The National Right to Work Committee is an independent group. They share the same goals as the National Right To Work Legal Defense Fund but they are in fact separate organizations.

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