It was found that families in Right to Work states averaged $2,800 more in purchasing power than families in non-Right to Work states.
NILRR provided the following economic comparison of Right to Work versus Forced-Unionism states and versus New Hampshire.
Right to Work supporters have shown that opposing forced unionism is a winning political issue. It’s not only good policy, it’s sound politics, too.
As one of just nine states without a personal income tax, and as a state with a long entrepreneurial tradition, New Hampshire might well be expected to have above-average job growth.
New Hampshire workers Patrick Doughty and Randy Severance’s Supreme Court case seeking a refund after being forced to pay union dues has been fully briefed.
With the help of the NRTW Defense Foundation, New Hampshire workers, Patrick Doughty and Randy Severance are suing the SEA Union for illegal forced dues.
New Hampshire SEIU bosses seized dues from workers’ paychecks for years despite High Court warning that such seizures would face constitutional scrutiny.
S.B. 61, the New Hampshire Right to Work Bill, would free the individual employee to combat union boss mismanagement and corruption by wielding the power of the purse string.