National Right to Work Foundation President Mark Mix sits down with Foundation staff attorney Bill Messenger, who successfully argued Janus v. AFSCME before the Supreme Court in 2018, to discuss the Foundation’s recent challenges and triumphs in defending workers’ Janus rights.
Former Southwest Airlines flight attendant Charlene Carter won a $5.1 million jury verdict after being fired illegally for standing up to the TWU union’s political activity. Watch her discuss her victory with National Right to Work Foundation President Mark Mix and Newsmax TV’s Rob Schmitt:
Watch National Right to Work Foundation President Mark Mix and veteran Foundation attorney Glenn Taubman explain the threat that Jennifer Abruzzo, the current General Counsel of the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), poses to employees’ right to freely choose whether to be under the control of a union. Read Mark’s op-ed on Abruzzo’s plan to […]
Watch National Right to Work Foundation President Mark Mix and Foundation attorney Bruce Cameron discuss Tennessee employee Dorothy Frame’s victory over LIUNA union officials, who forced her to fund union activities in violation of her faith. Read more about Dorothy Frame’s case here.
The Washington Examiner published an op-ed by Foundation President Mark Mix today which exposes the detrimental effects of monopoly bargaining privileges for government union bosses.
Over Labor Day weekend in Investor’s Business Daily, National Right to Work Foundation President Mark Mix made the moral and economic case for ensuring that no worker should be required to join or pay dues or “fees” to a labor organization as a condition of employment: The case for Right to Work has always centered […]
Yesterday in the Washington Times, National Right to Work Foundation President Mark Mix discussed one of Big Labor’s special legal privileges, the exemption from federal prosecution for acts of violence: The recent acquittal of four Boston Teamsters charged with attempting to extort the producers of the popular “Top Chef” television show is the latest illustration […]
Watch Foundation President Mark Mix’s Labor Day statement below: Read the statement here.
Mark Mix, president of the National Right to Work Foundation and the National Right to Work Committee, issued the following statement on the occasion of Labor Day 2016:
“This Labor Day, many Americans will enjoy a well-deserved three day weekend. After the festivities, vacations, and beach trips have ended, however, we should take a step back to examine the injustice of forced unionism that millions of American workers face every day.