Right-to-Work Laws Are, Indeed, Libertarian
These so called "Right to Work" laws which is a bogus term because they aren't "Right to Work" laws they are a right. Or law for non unionize employees to not be forced to pay union dues which is something I'm in favor of. As long as non union members don't get the services of unions for free, the fact is there's no such thing as a. Right to Work in the US Constitution what we do have is the right not to be discriminated against based. On our race, ethnicity or gender and religion but these so called "Right to Work" laws are an example of why Libertarians. Get accused of being pro business and employer over pro individual freedom because some Libertarians would like. To see the right to organize vanish and organize labor outlawed all together as well as some Conservatives. And put the power in the market, meaning the employer to decided how workers should be compensated in America. But if you are a Liberal like me and if you are a real Libertarian, then you believe in the right to organize. For individuals as long as its their choice and its not forced on them but something they should be able to decide for themselves.