National Right to Work Act

All hard-working Americans should be free to choose whether or not to join or contribute to a union.  By eliminating the forced unionism provisions in the National Labor Relations Act and the Railway Labor Act, The National Right to Work Act would eliminate government policy that imposes financial burdens on many low-income and middle-class workers who are compelled to support a union.

Senator Rand Paul is the sponsor of this bill

Anti-Cronyism and Free Market Agenda

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Join the Debate

To build a new conservative reform agenda, we first need everyone to participate in an open, rigorous, transparent debate about ideas. Too many in Washington seem to believe that on any issue, we should either have one plan – one that everyone supports in lockstep – or no plans. But unity cannot come at the expense of creativity. 

Americans believe in the wisdom of markets. So let’s trust the marketplace of ideas. If we want policy innovation, we need to innovate policy!

On certain issues, we have been. And we need more of that kind of innovation – especially to address the entrenched special interests that will oppose and anti-cronyism and free market agenda.

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