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The Battle for Worker Freedom in the States: Grading State Public Sector Labor Laws
KEY POINTS In the four years following the Janus v. AFSCME U.S. Supreme Court ruling, the nation’s four largest government unions—AFSCME, SEIU, NEA, and AFT—have lost almost 219,000 union…Read More: The Battle for Worker Freedom in the States: Grading State Public Sector Labor Laws
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OpportunityEvery child should have the same chance at an excellent education, but Pennsylvania’s school bureaucracy limits our next generation’s potential. We work to expand school choice so that the system works for students—not the other way around.
ProsperityPennsylvania must become an attractive home for families, job creators, and innovators. We push back against tax hikes, excessive regulation, and big government to unleash our economy so that every Pennsylvanian can earn success in our state.
IndependenceNo one should have to depend on the government for happiness or success. Policies that encourage work and entrepreneurship help all Pennsylvanians escape the cycle of dependence and become self-reliant.
FairnessPublic sector unions use their lobbying power to advance policies that burden taxpayers, business owners, students, and working professionals. We strike at the root of this problem by exposing public sector union corruption and ensuring favoritism and special interests have no place in Pennsylvania.
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