In West Virginia Right-to-Work Debate, Unions Re-Use Scare Story Script

The Michigan Capitol Confidential discusses the impact right-to-work law on states with Trey Kovacs. 

Trey Kovacs, a policy analyst at the Competitive Enterprise Institute, said CEI research shows “a significant and positive relationship between economic growth in a state and the presence of a right to work law.”

“In West Virginia, workers lost an estimated $2,623 from not having a right to work law,” Kovacs said.

Calling the union website an attempt to put a new spin on “old, tired rhetoric,” Kovacs added, “It is only a matter of time before a majority of states protect workers from being forced to pay dues to a union they do not support.”

Read the full article at Michigan Capitol Confidential.