County 'Right to Work' Drive Seems to Be Fizzling in the Bluegrass State

February 4, 2015

Union-busters bragged that "right to work" ordinances would be on the books in 30 of Kentucky’s 120 counties by Jan. 31.

“They have fallen well short of their goal,” says Bill Londrigan, president of the Kentucky State AFL-CIO.          

Previous Article
If Walmart’s Anti-Retaliation Policy Is True, Tell Walmart to Discipline Managers Who Target Workers for Speaking Out
If Walmart’s Anti-Retaliation Policy Is True, Tell Walmart to Discipline Managers Who Target Workers for Speaking Out

Our Walmart members launched a campaign Wednesday calling on Walmart to...

Next Article
Nissan Rejects Government Offer for Mediation on Labor Rights in Mississippi
Nissan Rejects Government Offer for Mediation on Labor Rights in Mississippi

For years, working women and men at Nissan in Mississippi have sought a...