Tue, 22 March 2016
Twelve counties in Kentucky have recently passed local right-to-work ordinances, giving over half-a-million workers in the Bluegrass State the freedom to opt out of union dues.
Union bosses can't stand freedom or choice, however, and so are challenging the ordinances in federal court.
In this episode of The Grover Norquist Show, guest-hosted by Matt Patterson of the Center for Worker Freedom (CWF), lead consul defending the counties Jason Nemes stopped by to talk about the status of the case and the prospects for RTW elsewhere the state.
Mr. Nemes is also a candidate for the Kentucky legislature and took the opportunity while in Washington DC to stop by ATR and take the world-famous tax pledge.
Listen to the podcast here; watch Mr. Nemes speak at a CWF-sponsored town hall on RTW in Bowling Green, Kentucky here.