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AUDIO SOUND BITE: MO Jobs With Justice Wants “Right To Work” Plan Rejected

In many businesses around the state, non-union workers have to pay some kind of fee to the union in the shop. Unions call that a “fair share” because, they say, working conditions for everyone are negotiated by organized labor.

Supporters of a so-called “Right To Work” plan, though, say workers should have the choice to pay the union or not. The Reverend Martin (Mar-teen) Rafanan is with Missouri Jobs With Justice and does not want to give non-union workers the chance to opt-out of what union members have to pay.

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That’s from “Missouri Viewpoints”. “Right To Work” has enough support among Republicans to pass the Legislature but is opposed by Governor Nixon. That’s why it could end up on a statewide ballot later this year.

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