(Connor D. Wolf, The Daily Caller) Republican delegates reaffirmed support for a nationwide right-to-work law Monday during a vote on the party platform at the Republican National Convention.
Republicans have included right-to-work in past party platforms with the latest vote furthering that support. The policy outlaws mandatory union dues or fees as a condition of employment.
“We support the right of states to enact right-to-work laws and call for a national law to protect the economic liberty of the modern workforce,” the party platform states. “These policies are vital to creating an inclusive, innovative, and competitive workforce.”
West Virginia became the latest right-to-work state in February after Republicans were able to override a veto by Democratic Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin. Right-to-work is now law in 26 states throughout the country. Click here to continue reading