Rapidly Responding to ‘Right to Work’

July 19, 2013

When Chris Ormes, president of United Steelworkers (USW) Local 1241 in Bardstown, Ky., heard a "right to work" for less speaker was heading his way, he opted for his own “rapid response.” Says Ormes: 

The local Republican Women's Club invited Alan Blincoe of Kentucky Citizens for Right to Work to one of their meetings. I called Leo Downs and Wanda Riney from our local. All three of us went.

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