Minnesota? According to some reports from the U.S. Department of Labor, statistics show much higher job growth in right to work states, over status quo forced-unionization states like Ohio<quoted text>
Even the quite liberal, quite funny Mr. Garrison Keillor probably wouldn't see much sanity in the current state of Ohio's public schools where 60%+ of the school districts are rated "above average" (a.k.a. excellent / excellent w/distiction). At the same time Ohio can't keep it's businesses from closing or being offshored, so it's tougher to keep young people from moving to up-and-coming places, like Minnesota.
and Minnesota; although it's true that Minnesota was among the
forced-unionization states with reported higher job growth than Ohio and five other states.