Badger State Weighs Liberation

Oppressive forced-labor unionism under fire
The new administration must make a right-to-work law a priority for Wisconsin. Twenty-two other states have adopted this legislation, which affirms the individual’s constitutional right to freedom of association as upheld by the U.S. Supreme Court in NAACP v. Alabama.

Forced unionism in our state civil service compels members to financially support questionable union administrations and political causes that clash with our personal ideals and right to express ourselves freely.

Each individual should have the right to decide whether to join a union or pay union dues, especially when that union restricts career growth and inhibits competitive performance in the workplace.

The attempt by the Wisconsin Employment Relations Commission to force UW System staff into unions is a perfect example of the deep influence these ineffective union organizations have on state service and how they seek to limit our right to associate while stealing from our already limited incomes.

Rick Cruz, Madison
(from host.madison.com)

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