Wisconsin becomes 24th Right to Work STATE

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    Right to Work States: Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Nebraska, Nevada, North Carolina, North Dakota, Oklahoma, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Virginia and Wyoming. add Michigan for a total of 24.

    When it comes to America’s Top States for Business 2011, when it comes to a quality workforce, 18 out of the top 20 states are Right-to-Work states. Moreover, all 22 Right-to-Work states are in the top 25 states for having the best workforces.
    Best Workforces Are In Right-To-Work States, Survey Finds | RedState
     
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    In Michigan the liberals say "right to work" means right to work for less. In reality it means right to work or have a job since unions have driven 10 million jobs out of the state and virtually destroyed American manufacturing.

    How can liberals be so slow???
     
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    Well...I am obviously no liberal - but unions did not "virtually destroy American manufacturing". They certainly played a part - but who has really hurt manufacturing the most is our price crazed society that consistently chooses lower price over everything else. Forcing businesses to consistently cut cost in the race to zero profitability in our culture.
    Why do you think all of the money men left manufacturing 30 years ago?
     
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    a part??? they got a huge pay premium that may have cost America 30 million jobs.



    human nature demands that we maximize our income on behalf of our families by taking advantage of lower prices. You cant change human nature or pass a law against it so why even bring it up.
     

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