States teaming with industry to train workers, the debate over Voter ID, Common Core standards in the states, the benefits of big data and much more are explored in this month's issue.
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Twenty-three states have right-to-work laws.
The heated legislative battles over collective bargaining in the last two years have rekindled interest in right-to-work laws. Right to work means workers can work for their employer without having to join a labor union.
States have the authority to determine whether workers can be required to join a labor union to get or keep a job. So far, 23 states and Guam have given workers a choice when it comes to union membership. Labor unions still operate in those states, but workers cannot be compelled to become members as a requirement of their job.
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