• Issues 11.03.2021

    Union

    Democrats on the House Business Affairs and Labor committee on Thursday rejected a so-called “right-to-work” bill seeking to ban employers from mandating workers join unions or pay union dues.

    The 8-5 party line vote to indefinitely postpone the bill from two House Republicans came after representatives from a number of unions urged the committee to reject the legislation. Among those testifying against the bill was Anthony Scorzo, the vice president of the Denver chapter of Communications Workers of America. He said the proposal “serves no purpose other than to erode the gains that unions have made on the job over the last century.”

    Mark Thompson, a Colorado Springs carpenter and member of the United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners of America, dubbed the effort “right-to-work for less.”

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