Right to Work ballot measures

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Right-to-Work ballot measures are those that use the statewide I&R process to try to enact right-to-work legislation in specific state. 22 states already have right-to-work laws.

The specific legislation could vary from state-to-state. By and large, right-to-work laws prohibit agreements between trade unions and employers making membership or payment of union dues or "fees" a condition of employment, either before or after hire.

States that allow citizen initiative that do not have right-to-work laws are Alaska, California, Colorado, Maine, Massachusetts, Michigan, Montana, Ohio, Oregon, and Washington.

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