A new study by the Allegheny Institute for Public Policy shows right-to-work states have fared better than states that lack employee freedom laws when it comes to job losses and recovery during the coronavirus pandemic.

The Allegheny Institute is a nonprofit free-market think tank located in Pittsburgh that supports a right-to-work law for Pennsylvania. Such laws, already in place in more than half the states — 28 — prohibit mandatory union membership or the forced payment of union dues as a condition of employment.

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Right to work means right to work for less. Never forget that.

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