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Corey Franklin Comments on Implications of Missouri Voters Rejecting Right-to-Work Law

Corey Franklin comments on implications of Missouri voters blocking the state's Right-to-Work law and its impact on the collection of fees from private-sector workers in "What Labor, Management Lawyers Say About Missouri’s Right-to-Work Defeat," published by The National Law Journal.

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