Labor-State Weighs Worker-Choice

Powerful unionists prefer forced-dues, fees
Union activists are gearing up for an expected battle over legislation to make Maine what's known as a "right-to-work" state.

Enforced in 22 other states, right-to-work laws prohibit agreements between trade unions and private sector employers that make union membership and dues a condition of employment.

Such rules, say critics, make it harder for unions to organize, operate and collect dues.

But proponents say they also make states more attractive for business.
(from mpbn.net)

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