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Wages Higher with Union Rights

In states that have laws restricting workers' rights to form strong unions, the average pay for all workers is lower. So-called right to work for less laws that limit workers' rights to collectively bargain contracts (including wages and benefits) are a bad deal for all workers. In 2010, average pay in so-called right to work states was 14 percent lower than in states where workers have the freedom to form strong unions.

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