Tuesday, June 2, 2015

House holds hearing on forced dues by labor unions

From The National Right To Work Committee:

Tomorrow morning at 10 a.m. the U.S. House will hold its FIRST ever "hearing" on the forced-unionism issue.

And Mark Mix, President of the National Right to Work Committee will be testifying.

The fact that you and I have pushed Right to Work to the forefront of American politics is reason for excitement. It shows the momentum is on our side, and opponents of forced-unionism are winning the day.

But it's also frightening, as you and I are entering dangerous territory.

That's why it's vital you sign your Emergency Right to Work petition to your U.S. Congressman.

I'll give you the link to sign in just a moment, but first let me tell you more about the danger you and I are facing -- and why your immediate action is needed.

You see, the Obama National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) -- stacked with Big Labor lawyers -- is gearing up to launch an all-out assault on state Right to Work laws.

Unable to stem the growing tide of opposition to forced-unionism with the passage of three new Right to Work laws in the last three years, the Obama-stacked Labor Board is intent on reversing 60 years of federal court precedent -- gutting all 25 state Right to Work laws by bureaucratic fiat.

If they succeed?

The results could be devastating, as potentially millions of non-union employees in Right to Work states will be forced to pay fees to a union boss despite state Right to Work law protections.

That's what the U.S. House will be discussing tomorrow -- Obama's NLRB attempt to gut Right to Work laws nationwide.

The truth is, Congress could solve the issue of forced-unionism through passage of the one-page National Right to Work Act.

That's why it's vital you act TODAY to turn up the heat on Congress by signing the Emergency Right to Work Petition to your U.S. Congressman.

The fact is, every time opponents of forced-unionism deal Big Labor and their handpicked, big government politicians a bruising defeat -- like Wisconsin becoming a Right to Work state -- you and I move one step closer to destroying their forced-dues-funded machine forever.

And losing the BILLIONS in forced-dues funneled into their election and re-election is what Barack Obama, Harry Reid and the rest of Big Labor's allies on Capitol Hill fear most.

So the union bosses and their pet politicians are relying on the Obama-stacked Labor Board to use its rule-making power to corral workers in Right to Work states back into the dues-paying fold.

Under NLRB precedents and federal court rulings, union bosses are prohibited from collecting dues or fees from workers in Right to Work states as a condition of employment.

And since 25 states have passed Right to Work laws, and passage of more state Right to Work laws is on the horizon, Big Labor, with the help of their allies on the NLRB, has cooked up a new scheme to recapture workers -- and the billions in forced-dues dollars they represent -- freed by state Right to Work laws.

On April 15, the compulsory unionism advocates on the NLRB took steps towards allowing union officials to force non-member workers in Right to Work states to pay fees for union contract grievance processing.

What makes this scheme so egregious is that workers ensnared in monopoly bargaining agreements are practically prohibited from dealing directly with their employers or hiring their own representation when they have an issue to be resolved.

The rules virtually force them to use the union-controlled grievance apparatus.

Now the NLRB plans to require workers to pay for this so-called service -- which workers are compelled to use .

And this so-called “grievance fee” can equal or exceed the amount of union dues.

Through this scheme, workers who have broken free from the shackles of compulsory unionism could be cast back into Big Labor's iron grip.

That's why it's crucial you sign the petition to your Congressman urging them to solve the issue of forced-unionism through passage of a National Right to Work Act.

But as the saying goes: Nothing moves unless it's pushed.

So please help your Committee get the wheels turning on the National Right to Work Act by signing your petition to your U.S. Congressman.

After you sign your petitions, please include your most generous contribution of $30, $20, $10 or whatever you can afford today to help the Committee rally Right to Work supporters nationwide.

Your generous contribution will help the Committee rally opponents of compulsory unionism across the country to end forced-unionism nationwide by passing the National Right to Work Act.

That's why your generous contribution of $30, $20 or $10 is so crucial.

Big Labor puppets on the NLRB have only one goal in mind: Destroy Right to Work.

And they think they've found a way.

I'm counting on you to help me stop them.

So please, sign your petition and chip in a contribution right away.

Thanks in advance for all you do.

For Worker Freedom,

Mark Mix

President

P.S. The Obama National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) -- stacked with Big Labor lawyers -- is gearing up to launch an all-out assault on state Right to Work laws.

And tomorrow morning at 10 a.m. the U.S. House will hold its FIRST ever "hearing" on the forced-unionism issue.

The truth is, Congress could solve the issue of forced-unionism through passage of the one-page National Right to Work Act.

That's why it's vital you act TODAY to turn up the heat on Congress by signing the Emergency Right to Work petitionyour U.S. Congressman.

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