- - Thursday, September 8, 2016

ANALYSIS/OPINION:

The National Right to Work Committee has called attention to the fact that right-to-work states enjoy a higher standard of living than do non-right-to-work states. Independent studies show that families in right-to-work states have, on average, greater after-tax income and purchasing power than families living in non-right-to-work states.

What’s more, Department of Labor statistics show that right-to-work states have greater economic vitality, faster growth in manufacturing and non-agricultural jobs, lower unemployment rates and fewer work stoppages.

Liberals have been saying just the opposite for years with no proof or supporting data, and contrary to official statistics. Well, there’s proof in the pudding.

JOHN C. HYLAND

Appleton, Wisc.


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