New “Right To Work” Study Not Convincing Labor Supporters

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The Buckeye Institute and Policy Matter Ohio are trying to paint different pictures about how organized labor affects local and state economies.(Photo: Buckeye Institute and Policy Matters Ohio)
The Buckeye Institute and Policy Matter Ohio are trying to paint different pictures about how organized labor affects local and state economies.(Photo: Buckeye Institute and Policy Matters Ohio)

Supporters call it “right to work.” Critics call it “the right to work…for less.” Both sides are talking about the same thing: a proposal to change Ohio law to ban unions from requiring workers to pay dues.

Statehouse correspondent Bill Cohen reports supporters call it the free market at work, but critics aren’t convinced. Click the play button above to hear his full report.

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