An excellent study (attached as a .pdf file) has just been produced by the
Alliance for Worker Freedom (www.workerfreedom.org) entitled, "2007 Index of
Worker Freedom: A National Report Card." You can also access the study on
their website if you're not able to open the attachment.
Pennsylvania, which is discussed on Page 56 of the report, not surprisingly
received a failing grade. To quote the study: "Serious reforms are needed
to protect the plight of the average worker in Pennsylvania."
Whereby we do not enjoy stating this obvious fact, it reinforces the
importance of Pennsylvania's passage of a Right to Work law and our state's
elimination of "agency shop" forced dues over all of our public employees.
We simply cannot expect to grow jobs and the kind of quality of life we want
for all of our citizens if we do not address compulsory unionism in
I urge you to continue to support our organization's work financially and by
writing to your House and Senate member to urge them to move an agenda of
worker freedom forward instead of the perpetuation of compulsory unionism.
Susan D. Staub, President
Pennsylvanians for Right to Work, Inc.
225 State Street, Suite 300
Harrisburg, PA 17101
(717) 233-1227 . Fax (717) 234-5588
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