Tag: right to work
There are plenty of reasons why people who believe in human freedom and free markets should oppose so-called “right-to-work” laws.
Delegates Bell, Landes and Wilt and Senator Obenshain affirmed their support for the right to work constitutional amendment on the ballot this November.
On the ballot on Election Day is constitutional amendment question one that would put the state right to work law into the constitution.
When I was involved in electoral politics here in Virginia, I was advised by Democratic politicians to stay away from the issue of “right-to-work” laws.
Augusta County Democrats are urging voters to vote no on a proposed amendment adding a right to work provision to the state Constitution.
The Virginia House of Delegates and State Senate have now both passed legislation to enshrine Virginia’s right to work law in the Constitution.
The Virginia Senate passed HB4 and HJ2 on party-line votes to incorporate a version of Virginia’s existing right to work law into the state constitution.
The House of Delegates passed a constitutional amendment providing for a November referendum on placing right to work language in the Virginia Constitution.
Senate Republicans pushed through a proposed amendment that seeks to insert Virginia’s existing Right to Work law into the state constitution.
The Virginia Senate Privileges and Elections Committee voted on Tuesday to report a resolution from Senator Mark Obenshain to insert Right to Work into the Virginia Constitution.