Right to work means 'Work for lower wages and fewer benefits'


Last updated 2/8/2021 at 8:40am

When I was a unionized worker for 18 years, my worksite was twice as safe and my wages and benefits were 23 percent more than a non-unionized workplace in my field. The union was my choice and was optional. Now, I work for that same union because I believe in what unions do for employees. I represent over 1,000 workers from Great Falls eastward and each of them has that same choice.

These union workers are the essential front line before, during and after COVID. They maintained the roads you drove on today, the safe drinking water we all enjoy, the toilets that flushed, the safety of our...

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