Vernuccio Testifies on Missouri Right-to-Work

Cited in St. Louis Post-Dispatch

Labor Policy Director F. Vincent Vernuccio testified before a committee of the Missouri Legislature Monday on a proposed right-to-work law in that state, according to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.

Vernuccio dispelled several myths about right-to-work, explaining “All it does is give a worker the freedom to say, ‘Yes, my union is doing a good job and I want to support them,’ or ‘No, my union is not doing a good job,’” he said. “All this does is take a way a union’s ability to get a worker fired if they say, ‘No, I don’t want to pay you.’”

You can watch a video of his testimony here.


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