Letters: Right-to-work laws offer workers choice
After reading the Sunday letters to the editor regarding right-to-work laws, I am appalled at the lack of balance.
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#1 Feb 1, 2012
A place has a right to vote the union out through majority. No need for laws allowing union and non-union members to work in a place in same job description. If majority wants union there it wins.
#2 Feb 1, 2012
As long as people can vote yea or nay on a union, I agree that decision should obtain for that shop. If people want to not join the union and still pay dues to the union, that sounds fair enough as well. They should not benefit from the union without paying. I am simply not aware of how the right to work legislation works as far as union dues. Can someone shed some light on it?
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