UAW works to get members to vote

By David Shepardson, The Detroit News

The new president of the United Auto Workers is pushing to get union members and retirees to the polls on Nov. 4, spurred by Michigan’s enactment of a right-to-work law.

UAW readies for Big Three contract showdowns

By David Shepardson, The Detroit News

The new president of the United Auto Workers is moving to restructure the union as it gears up for one of its toughest challenges in years: next fall’s critical labor talks with U.S. automakers as it seeks pay raises for veteran workers and more equitable wages for newer workers.

Compulsory Unionism Drives Away Breadwinners

National Right to Work Committee

Because, as a group, they already have plenty of work experience, but are still able to put in a lot of hours on the job, the 84.2 million Americans who were aged 35-54 in 2013 are commonly characterized by economists as being in their “peak earning years.”

UMWA Anti-Coal Mining Union Bosses

By Don Loos, National Right to Work Committee

Is the United Mine Workers of America (UMWA) representing mine workers at all? West Virginia needs a Right to Work Law so that the remaining working miners can stop being forced to support these anti-coal mining union bosses.