Right to Work States 

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A Right to Work law secures the right of employees to decide for themselves whether or not to join or financially support a union. However, employees who work in the railway or airline industries are not protected by a Right to Work law, and employees who work on a federal enclave may not be.

Click on a Right to Work state below to read that state's Right to Work law.







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NOTE: State laws are in a constant state of flux. Before relying on the text of any state Right to Work statute, you should check the most recent edition of your state laws.

If you do not live in a Right to Work state, click here to learn about your legal rights.


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