Right-to-work states are showing measurable benefits in economic growth compared to non-right-to-work states. According to Opportunity Ohio, 7 of the top 10 states in the country that have experienced the greatest growth in employment since 1990 are right-to-work states. While Governor Walker has reformed collective bargaining for Wisconsin public unions, in the past he has expressed reluctance to expand upon those efforts by pursuing right to work.
This data makes the economic benefits for right to work states clear. So, is it time for Governor Walker to reconsider his stance on the subject?