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    Right-to-work laws lead to higher employment


    Right-to-work laws have little or no effect on job growth

    The effect on employment of so-called “right-to-work” laws, which weaken unions’ ability to bargain on behalf of workers, is difficult to discern. However, a 2011 Economic Policy Institute report states:

    [T]he history of right-to-work studies has a clear trajectory. The more scholars are able to hold "all other things" equal, the more it becomes clear that these laws have little or no positive impact on a state's job growth. The most recent and most methodologically rigorous studies conclude that the policy has no statistically significant impact whatsoever.