Kentucky Counties Move Ahead to Become Right-to-Work
Created on March 11, 2015
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Kentucky does not have a state-level right-to-work law, but since December, 10 Kentucky counties have enacted their own local legislation to protect workers from losing their jobs if they don’t want to join a union. Six other counties—most recently Kenton County on the northern border—have introduced similar legislation.
Sources: The Courier Journal and the U.S. Census Bureau.
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