Right to Work Bills Introduced in Ohio House


I thought that this communication from the Ohio Conference might be of broader interest.


Ohio Conference Update

No Rights At Work

The Bad News:
So-Called “Right-to-Work” Legislation
Introduced in the Ohio House
They are at it again.  Despite the fact that 62 percent of Ohioans rejected the Senate Bill 5 attack on public workers nearly a year and a half ago, the extreme right-wing politicians in Columbus want to pursue similar attacks.
Earlier today, State Representatives Kristina Roegner (R-Hudson) and Ron Maag (R-Lebanon) each introduced so-called “right-to-work” bills.  Roegner’s bill deals with the private sector, while Maag’s bill deals with the public sector.
The bills are being called “Ohio Workplace Freedom” legislation, but the name could not be more misleading.
This is yet another attempt by corporate interests – many of the same ones who backed Senate Bill 5 – to end unions as we know them so that they can tip the balance in their favor…

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