Posted Wednesday, February 22, 2012
Proponents of a right-to-work law in Ohio say it's unfair to compel employees to join a union or pay union dues and say the state will be more attractive to businesses if there's workplace choice. Unions say the result of such a law would simply be the right to work for less pay. We'll update you on efforts to force a November vote and invite you to join our conversation on whether right to work will work for Ohio, Wednesday at 9
Harriet Applegate, Executive Secretary, North Shore AFL-CIO
Chris Littleton, Member of ballot committee, Ohioans for Workplace Freedom
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