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Had an opportunity to meet and listen to Phil in this week's CUE Conf. His presentation was an absolute home run - which is very appropriate for the host city - home of the Louisville Slugger. This information clearly focuses on "preventive medicine" which should eliminate or greatly minimize the risk of any serious "illness" - Left of The Boom is a great way to show importance of being pro active and what happens when we wait to react. Great job !
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Content is consistently relevant and addresses key issues influencing labor relations and union avoidance.
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I am delighted to inform you that I was successful in our decertification against AFSCME Council 5, St. Paul, MN. This was a grass roots effort by three employees of Anoka County who felt we did not need union representation. I believe we were successful because of the valuable esource of LRI. Please feel free to share this with your staff. I would be happy to speak with anyone from LRI if it would be helpful. Thanks Again!!!
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Right To Work

Right-to-Work has gained quite a bit of momentum in recent years, up from 22 states and 41% of the nation’s population living in right-to-work jurisdictions in 2011 to 28 states and 52% of the population today.

Additionally, House Republicans introduced the National Right-to-Work Act in early February. This act would “repeal federal labor law provisions that permit firing workers who refuse to pay union dues.” While similar bills have been introduced in the past, this is the first time it’s been done while the GOP hold control of the White House and both houses of Congress.

Similarly, we’ve been seeing success on the local level. For example, before right-to-work became state law in Kentucky, twelve counties had already passed some form of right-to-work provisions. Those provisions were upheld by the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals late last year.

Source: National Right To Work Legal Defense Foundation

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