Law360, New York (February 2, 2017, 8:26 PM EST) -- The national right-to-work bill introduced Wednesday in the House of Representatives poses an existential crisis for the labor movement. And where past attempts at a national law didn't get far, experts say this latest push has a real — albeit small — chance of success.
With Republican majorities in both houses of Congress, a right-to-work supporter in the White House and a recent surge in state-level interest in right-to-work reaching perceived union strongholds in the Northeast, a national law is closer to being a reality now than ever before, attorneys say.
"It comes down to how successful can the Democrats be...
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