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Court Decision to Uphold Right-to-Work a Win for Wisconsin


MADISON – On Wednesday, the United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit upheld Wisconsin’s Right to Work law, which guarantees workers the freedom to choose whether or not they want to join a union. Shortly after the decision was announced, WMC Director of Health and Human Resources Policy Chris Reader released the following statement:

“Once again, a court has rejected the ridiculous argument that labor unions have a right to workers’ wages. The ruling today is a tremendous victory for workers in Wisconsin and affirms the constitutionality of the state’s Right to Work law. Our economy has benefited greatly from Right to Work, and today’s ruling should be celebrated.”


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