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With Federal Workers Locked Out, Where Are Those Right-to-Work Groups?

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With Federal Workers Locked Out, Where Are Those Right-to-Work Groups?

Leo Gerard

Thousands of federal employees protested at the Hart Senate Office Building in Washington, D.C., this week, holding aloft empty plates during 33 minutes of silence—one minute for each day of the government shutdown. Some plates carried the message, “Will work for pay.”

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This is a great time for President Trump’s team to take action and get a national Right-To-Work law passed.

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Oh, yeah, because such a YUUUGE portion of the American people support his shutdown, 37 percent, right? YUUGE!

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What is hilarious is the idea that Gerard is defining what the words mean. The words Right to Work have a simple, straightforward meaning to everyone who doesn’t hate unions and the strides they’ve accomplished for working people (the weekend, sick leave, paid holidays, and I would go on, but you obviously hate when workers join together to use their collective power to secure decent wages and working conditions, so there’s no use).

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