Tag Archives: Indiana

Right to Work “Works”

MediaTrackers Ohio has an excellent post highlighting some of the talking points being used by opponents of bringing Right to Work to Ohio.   None of it is surprising given that the group responsible, We are Ohio, receives the vast …

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Indiana Right to Work Already Being Touted by Execs

Its time to get serious about workplace freedom in Ohio. For decades, it could always be said that Right to Work wasn’t essential to Ohio since the entire “Rust-Belt” was one long stripe of forced union states.  Ohio was really …

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Tying Higher Ed Student Performance to Tuition Discounts

Most universities measure their performance using 6-year graduation rates and tout graduation statistics after 6 years. But very few students go to college excited at the thought of graduating with a bachelor’s degree in 6 long years. A 2010 report …

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Collective Bargaining Reform Can Save Jobs

Remember all the talk that the passage of Senate Bill 5 would lead to an apocalypse for public sector workers?  Well, what has happened in the absence of collective bargaining reform?  Large scale layoffs in school districts and local communities …

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