Senator Rand Paul has introduced the National Right to Work Act to end forced union dues for workers.
On Monday night, Sen. Paul introduced the National Right to Work Act in the US Senate.
The one-page bill would end big labor’s federally authorized power to force workers to pay union dues or fees as a condition of employment.
The bill introduced by Senator Paul is part of a two-pronged strategy, which consists of building support in Washington for the National Right to Work Act.
While at the same time mobilizing opponents of forced unionism to pass their own state right to work laws.
At the federal level, 27 states have enacted their own right to work laws since 1945.
(This story was originally published on February 19, 2019)