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?