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Free-Market Coalition Urges Senate to Approve Trump’s Labor Secretary Pick

Inside Sources

A coalition of free-market groups sent a letter Monday urging the Senate to approve President Donald Trump’s pick for labor secretary. CKE Restaurants President Andy Puzder was nominated Dec.

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Free Market Coalition Endorses Puzder for Labor Secretary

The Washington Free Beacon

Leaders from a coalition of free market think tanks urged a swift confirmation of President Donald Trump's proposed labor secretary to resolve uncertainty among U.S. businesses.

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Right-to-Work Ruling Could Gut Washington’s Public Unions

The Seattle Times

OVER the vocal objections of organized labor leaders and the liberal lawmakers whose strings they pull, right-to-work protections are coming to Washington.

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Saturday Morning Live for Jan. 7, 2016


Part One: Host Kris Halterman will discuss I-1501 with Jeff Rhodes, of the Freedom Foundation.

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Another View -- Tom McCabe: Time is Now for Organized Labor Reforms in New Hampshire

Union Leader

Shortly after taking office with Republican majorities in 2011, Wisconsin Gov.

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Trump’s Wins in Wisconsin, Michigan Expose Labor’s Soft Underbelly

The Hill

On Christmas Eve, the ABC News website posted a warning to liberals that “Republicans to Target Unions, Expand School Choice in States.” Just three days later, we learned that Service Employees Intern

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The Oregonian

Independence a Must for a Public-Records Ombudsman: Editorial Agenda...

…in 2015, (Gov Kate Brown) signed into law a bill that exempted from disclosure the exact information that had been requested months earlier by the Freedom Foundation… Never mind that state officials

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Paid Sick Leave

Safety and Health Magazine

Paid sick leave took a turn in the spotlight on Election Day: On Nov.

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Is the Democrats’ Biggest Donor Breaking the Law?


For years the Democrat Party in Washington State has depended on the compulsory dues money of public employee union members to keep it afloat.

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Editorial: Home Health Workers Should Not Be Locked Into Paying Dues

The Bulletin

The SEIU and the state can call this arrangement whatever they like, but it looks a whole lot like coercion. Home health care workers deserve better from the state and better from the SEIU.

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