The problems with the pro-prevailing wage argument

By Samuel Friedman,

Just recently, two state representatives wrote an opinion piece for Delaware’s News Journal, expressing support for the prevailing wage law and opposition to a right to work law. They dragged out the usual talking points on these laws, namely that high prevailing wage laws help the working class and right to work laws are meant to curtail worker’s rights.

Employee Rights Act reforms are long overdue

The Washington Examiner

Conservatives have watched with no small amount of pleasure as Wisconsin, Michigan, and Indiana – mainstays of American industry even today — have adopted right-to-work laws, which allow workers in unionized shops to choose for themselves whether they want to pay union dues.