The Bluegrass Institute is helping call attention to sound policies in concert with our freedom pillars of free-market capitalism, limited government and individual freedom.
One of those policies we have, and will continue, to promote is known as “right to work.” Such laws “protect workers’ freedom by not forcing them to pay dues to a union before becoming employed and/or throughout employment.”
I talked to WFPL 89.3 FM recently about the possibility of increased momentum for a right-to-work law in Kentucky now that Indiana has become the 23rd state to pass such a statute.
Indiana’s decision means that states both to the south and the north of Kentucky’s borders have right-to-work laws.
Let’s hope that means momentum for more freedom — and more business — in the Bluegrass State!