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Foundation Staff Attorney Testifies Before Congressional Hearing on Labor Law

(English) Current labor law is ‘antithetical to American values of free speech and free association’

WASHINGTON, D.C. – National Right to Work Foundation staff attorney Glenn Taubman recently testified at a U.S. House of Representatives committee hearing, urging reform of current labor law that hinders American workers from exercising their rights under the U.S. Constitution and National Labor Relations Act (NLRA).

Stop & Shop Strike Fallout: Grocery Worker Hits UFCW with Two Federal Charges

(English) Union bosses bullied and illegally threatened to discipline employee who defied strike demands

NORTHAMPTON, MA – Stop & Shop employee Matthew Coffey, one of thousands across New England who were ordered to strike by United Food and Commercial Workers (UFCW) union bosses in April, has filed two unfair labor practice charges against the union for violating his rights before, during and after the strike.

National Right to Work Foundation Issues Special Legal Notice for Michigan Construction Workers Impacted by Operating Engineers Union Boss Strike

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Recent cases brought by Foundation staff attorneys demonstrate union officials frequently mislead workers about their rights during a strike

DETROIT, MI – Staff attorneys from the National Right to Work Legal Defense Foundation have provided a legal notice to Michigan-based employees of the Rieth-Riley Construction Company in the wake of Operating Engineers Local 324 union boss strike demands.









  • Can I be required to be a union member or pay dues?
  • What if I want to continue working during a strike?
  • How can I resign my union membership?
  • What are my rights if there is a “card check” organizing drive at my workplace?
  • How do I eliminate forced union dues from my workplace?
  • How do I eliminate the union from my workplace?
  • How do I cut off the use of my forced dues for politics?
  • What if I have a religious objection to being affiliated with a union?
  • How can I request free legal aid?
  • How does the National Right to Work Foundation differ from the National Right to Work Committee?