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Amazon Workers Soundly Reject Unionization, and NR's Kevin Williamson Highlights Another Great Reason Why: Big-Labor Corruption

We've recently highlighted how right-to-work states, which the Biden Administration and Congressional leftists hope to abolish, dramatically outperform forced-union states in terms of job growth, manufacturing and household consumption.  Worker freedom from Big Labor bosses is a leading reason why in a high-profile vote, Amazon workers in Alabama voted to reject unionization by a 71% to 29% margin last week.

In a phenomenal new piece, National Review's Kevin Williamson offers another reason for rejecting unionization that we mustn't ignore:  big labor bosses' widespread corruption.  Williamson lists a litany of union officials convicted and sentenced for embezzlement and other misuse of members' hard-earned dues - in 2020 alone.  Accordingly, the leftist anti-capitalist drumbeat…[more]

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CFIF Leads Coalition Letter in Opposition to Destructive Statewide Price Controls on Food Delivery Services in California
By CFIF Staff
Friday, April 16 2021
In a letter sent today to the California Assembly’s Privacy and Consumer Protection Committee, a coalition of consumer, small business and other policy organizations, led by the Center for Individual Freedom (CFIF), expressed opposition to Assembly Bill 286, legislation that would impose statewide pricing caps on commissions and other fees charged by third-party food delivery services such as Uber Eats and DoorDash.    Such a statewide price-control scheme could sever an important lifeline for California restaurants and their workers – especially independent, mom-and-pop…
 
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