The Effect of Endogenous Right-to-Work Laws
on Business and Economic Conditions
in the United States: A Multivariate Approach
Lonnie K. Stevans*
A state's right to prohibit unions from compelling employees to
pay dues even when they are covered by a collective bargaining
agreement has its basis in the 1947 Taft-Hartley amendment to
the National Labor Relations Act (1935). Read more.
The Compensation Penalty of
Recent proposals to advance so-called "right-to-work" (RTW) laws are being suggested in states as a way to boost economic growth. Read More.
A Congressional Research Service Report for Congress Prepared for Members and Committees of Congress
Below is a list of legislative leaders that represent our members on a State and Federal level.
Each individual's web site is also listed. Click on their name to be connected directly to their
|Senator Sherrod Brown (D)||Senator Debbie Stabenow (D)|
|Senator Rob Portman (R)||Senator Carl Levin (D)|
|US House of Representatives|
|4th Congressional District||7th Congressional District|
|Representative Jim Jordan (R)||Representative Tim Walberg (R)|
|5th Congressional District||12th Congressional District|
|Representative Robert Latta (R)||Representative John Dingell (D)|
|9th Congressional District|
|Representative Marcy Kaptur (D)|