Vernuccio Co-Authors Op-Ed in Washington Times

Missouri may become 26th right-to-work state

Last month, the Missouri General Assembly passed right-to-work legislation. Although Gov. Jay Nixon vetoed the bill earlier in June, the General Assembly is poised for a possible override this fall to make Missouri the 26th right-to-work state in the union.

Mackinac Center Director of Labor Policy F. Vincent Vernuccio co-authored an op-ed for The Washington Times with Missouri Lt. Gov. Peter Kinder, discussing what right-to-work would mean for the state of Missouri and the country as a whole.

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