Report: Rauner’s Proposed Right-To-Work Zones Would Weaken Illinois Economy

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A new study by two local labor and economic experts examines the potential economic impact of Republican Gov. Bruce Rauner’s proposed right-to-work zones, if they were adopted in half of the state’s counties. According to the report, local right-to-work regulations would likely weaken the Illinois economy, as they would “encourage free-riding, lower worker earnings, and reduce state and local tax revenues.”  The article continues.

Read the entire report:  RTWZonesreport