Labor Policy Director Paul Kersey is cited in today’s Wall Street Journal in an article about the economic prosperity enjoyed by right-to-work states as compared to non-right-to-work states. Kersey found that the economies of right-to-work states between 2001 and 2006 grew an average of 3.4 percent, compared to 2.6 percent for states without such a law, and job growth in right-to-work states grew 1.2 percent, compared to 0.6 percent in non-right-to-work states. For more information about right-to-work laws, please see our resources page.

Stay Engaged

Receive our weekly emails!


Related Articles:

Mackinac Research Cited by Wall Street Journal

Vernuccio Interviewed by Wall Street Journal

Hohman in Wall Street Journal

Labor Reform Wins Big on Election Day

Vernuccio and Bowman Author Wall Street Journal Op-Ed

Survey: Most Union Members Support Worker’s Choice