Monday, May 16, 2011

Kentucky leaders, where are our right-to-work laws?

Senator Jim DeMint's office released a report that shows states with right-to-work laws are more successful.  The study found that these 22 states that don't force unionization as a condition of employment have more new residents, new businesses, new jobs, and faster income growth.

With Kentucky's unemployment rate at 10.2%, I think the state could use all those benefits.

So, Kentucky leaders, the question is: why is Kentucky behind on this? Where are right-to-work laws in Kentucky?


Anonymous said...

It appears that Kentucky is behind and looking forward to staying that way.

Logan said...

It is not rocket science. Giving people the power of choice works out better.