Tennessee lawmakers are looking to indoctrinate the state’s right to work law into its constitution via a constitutional amendment. Of the 27 states with right to work laws, 9 have put the provisions into their constitutions, making it significantly more difficult to reverse the rule in the future. Should the law make it through the State Senate, it will be put to voters in 2021.

Meanwhile in Virginia, the exact opposite is happening. Lawmakers are debating a repeal of the state’s right to work legislation.

In Kentucky, one UPS employee is appealing his case against Teamsters Local 215 bosses — whom he claims continued to deduct membership dues after multiple attempts by the employee to end dues deduction. Kentucky is a right to work state.