Tag Archives: Worker Freedom

Michigan Unions Fail to Change Constitution; Will Right to Work Come Knocking?

A major ballot effort in our neighbor to the north that would have essentially ensconced collective bargaining as a state constitutional right failed to curry favor with voters last night and lost by a wide margin. The loss may also …

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Defending Workplace Freedom Part 2: Unemployment Rate Not Necessarily the Best Measure of Economic Strength 

This is the second blog in a series we are doing explaining how some of the common criticisms of right-to-work laws are misguided.A key group cited by many opposing workplace freedom is the Economic Policy Institute (EPI).  In a brief …

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Ohio by the Numbers: Revised National Numbers Show Ohio Could Use an Economic Jolt

The latest Ohio by the Numbers report is now out and compares Ohio to other states in overall private sector job growth over several distinct time spans.  The goal is to illustrate Ohio’s overall economic trajectory over the past 22 …

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Out of the Cellar but Far From Leading the Nation

That’s the general message coming out from the Buckeye Institute’s latest Ohio by the Numbers (OBN) report that is now available online. OBN compares Ohio to other states in overall private sector job growth over several distinct time spans. The …

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