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2020 Democrats Roll Out Socialist Platform

Democrats froth at the mouth to take on President Trump in 2020 because he’s demolishing President Obama’s tax-spend-and-regulate everything legacy. Even though Democrats lost in 2016 by proudly championing big government, rumored 2020 presidential candidates Senator Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) and Senator Kirsten Gillibrand (D-N.Y.) think bigger government will work this time around.

05/10/2018
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Key Vote on Cosponsors for Limited Government Legislation in the Senate

On behalf of our activist community, I urge you to contact your senators and ask them to cosponsor limited government legislation that has been introduced the in the Senate. For purposes of FreedomWorks’ 2018 Congressional Scorecard, cosponsors will be treated as YES votes.

03/01/2018
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Kentucky Bill Fights For Occupational Licensing Reform

Kentucky is one of many states that are attempting to counteract negative impacts of over regulated occupational licensing procedures using legislation at the state level. Ohio, Wisconsin, and Michigan are also considering bills that would limit occupational licensing.

10/27/2017
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Politicians’ Vetoes Speak Louder than Words

Government officials across party lines are vetoing minimum wage increases citing negative economic effects. Recent decisions by politicians to veto attempted minimum wage hikes have put Nevada, Illinois, and the city of Baltimore at the center of a national debate about wage laws. The widespread nature of this phenomenon illustrates just how crucial it is to be realistic about the costs of implementing a higher minimum wage.

09/15/2017
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An Act to Protect the Rights of Employees

Last month, Rep. Phil Roe (R-Tenn.) introduced H.R. 2723, the Employee Rights Act (ERA). Perhaps the largest labor law reform in the US since the Taft-Hartley Act of 1947, the legislation would significantly increase work privacy, promote dialogue between workers and bosses, protect freedom of conscience, and expand legal rights protections. Having garnered support from Heritage Action and Americans for Prosperity, this vital legislation is a crucial step for worker freedom.

06/02/2017
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FreedomWorks’ Bill of the Month for June 2017: National Paycheck Protection Act, H.R.2127

FreedomWorks has selected the National Paycheck Protection Act, H.R.2127, as Bill of the Month for June, 2017. This bill was introduced on April 25 by Rep. Ted Budd (R-N.C.).

06/01/2017
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Liberty Kitty Travels the Country to Shed Light on Over-Criminalization and Regulation

Liberty Kitty has learned the hard way that overcriminalization and excessive regulation ruins lives and hurts the economy. She was prevented from grooming neighborhood kittens because she did not have the time or money it would take to become licensed, and she was incarcerated for 7 cat years under a mandatory minimum sentencing law for a non-violent crime.

05/26/2016
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West Virginia Votes for Worker Freedom and a Strong Economy

Good news came out of the West Virginia legislature this past Thursday, as bills regarding Right-to-Work and repealing the prevailing wage were passed in the House and Senate, respectively. Both of these bills mean that workers will no longer be tethered to barriers to business caused by the state, and the West Virginia economy will be allowed grow free from government inefficiencies.

02/05/2016
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Friedrichs v. California Teachers Association Could Be Big Win for First Amendment Rights

On October 4th, the Supreme Court began a new term, and with it comes a number of fresh cases for the justices to deliberate on. As the Court has begun to hear the first arguments, though, one case in particular stands out not only because of its potential impact on public-employee unions across the country, but also because of the repercussions it may have for freedom of speech and First Amendment rights.

10/23/2015
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Right-To-Work Laws: Facts and Fallacies

In recent years, the topic of unionization and right-to-work laws has been raised as a fairly contentious issue. As state legislatures sought to recoup the costs incurred due to lost revenue following the Great Recession, de-unionization policies, at least at the public sector level, were floated as cost-cutting measures. But nearly as often, right-to-work laws at the private sector level were also explored and implemented, perhaps most infamously in the case of the state of Wisconsin under Governor Scott Walker.

09/03/2015

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