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Right to Work Laws

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One provision of the Taft-Hartley Act, section 14(b), deserves special explanation. This section allows states to pass laws that restrict compulsory union membership. Accordingly, several states have passed right-to-work laws, which prohibit requiring employees to join unions as a condition of obtaining or continuing employment. The laws were so named because they allow a person the right to work without having to join a union. In states that do not have right-to-work laws, different types of arrangements exist. The nature of the shop is negotiated between the union and the employer.
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