Organized Labor Unions

Whether one opposes or supports organized labor and unionized workforces and believes that they benefit employers, employees, and the economy as a whole and policies like Right to Work are disadvantageous.


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    I support right-to-work legislation. The policies of Governor Walker of Wisconsin are a model for Colorado as well.

    David Reid Ross

    State Representative,
    Louisville, Colorado

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    As past chapter president of the Del Norte County Employee Association/SEIU-1021, I fully support organized workforces. They are better trained, dedicated, and loyal. Attempts at union busting are counter productive and demoralizing. Especially in the public sector, where organization offsets political agendas and gives the community a stable workforce with better services.

    David Mason

    County Supervisor,
    Crescent City, California

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    I support workers' right to organize and collectively bargain.

    Brian Gene Walton

    Central Committee,
    Rockville, Maryland

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    I do not believe labor unions benefit employers. They do benefit senior employees. Unions served to bring attention to abuses by some employers, but their recent benefit to society is minimal. The right to work is fundamental, and not a policy that should be eliminated. Freedom to contract should be permitted.

    "DC" Caldwell

    Justice of the Peace,
    Houston, Texas

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    I am not really in support of unions, collective bargaining is different. I don’t get it when a group of individuals are paid a living wage to make sure that other people make a livable wage.

    Tyler Scott Colford

    Senator,
    Jacksonville, Vermont

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    Janet S Everhard MD

    U.S. Representative,
    New Richmond, Ohio

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