Missouri Rejects Right-to-Work Law

Headline Roundup August 8th, 2018

Voters in Missouri blocked a right-to-work law that would have prohibited private sector unions from forcing workers who do not join to pay dues.

Missouri Rejects Right-to-Work Law

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The national push to check union power was dealt a rare blow Tuesday when voters in Missouri rejected a right-to-work law that would have prevented private-sector unions from collecting compulsory fees from workers who do not join.

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It’s the first time voters have overturned right-to-work laws through a ballot referendum in recent years.

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Voters in Missouri have overwhelmingly rejected a right-to-work law passed by the state's Republican-controlled Legislature that would have banned compulsory union fees — a resounding victory for organized labor that spent millions of dollars to defeat the measure.

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