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Do Right to Work Policies Help or Hurt Workers?

America's Future Foundation

Wednesday, June 18, 2014 from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM (EDT)

Do Right to Work Policies Help or Hurt Workers?

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With the passage of Right to Work in Michigan, other states are considering the policy as well. Do Right to Work policies endanger workers and give more power to corporations, or do they allow for more worker freedom and choice? Join America's Future Foundation for a lively debate on this important issue featuring two of the nation's top experts on labor policy, followed by a networking reception.

Featuring 

Vincent Vernuccio, Director of Labor Policy, Mackinac Center
David Madland, Managing Director, Economic Policy, Center for American Progress

This program is part of the "What's Best for America's Future?" Debate Series Sponsored by the Arthur N. Rupe Foundation. 

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Beacon Hotel & Corporate Quarters
1615 Rhode Island Ave NW
, DC 20036

Wednesday, June 18, 2014 from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM (EDT)


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America's Future Foundation

America’s Future Foundation is the premier nationwide network of liberty-minded young leaders, providing unique opportunities to learn the ideas of liberty and develop the skills necessary to articulate them. AFF offers young professionals networking, mentoring, and hands-on opportunities to write, speak, manage programs, and directly develop the skills that allow you to advance your career and contribute to the success of liberty-minded organizations.

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