Yesterday, the New York Times published an article about donors and organizations working together to promote right-to-work laws across the country, culminating in Janus vs. AFSCME. This case, argued yesterday before the United States Supreme Court, could, in the words of the New York Times, “cripple public-sector unions by allowing the workers they represent to avoid paying fees.”
Among the organizations mentioned in the article is www.thinkfreelymedia.org, of which the writers say:
“Mr. Uihlein’s foundation has supplemented these efforts by supporting a nonprofit called Think Freely Media, which uses storytelling techniques to champion free-market ideas, including right-to-work laws. The Uihlein foundation contributed more than $1.5 million to Think Freely from 2014 to 2016, the last year for which tax records are available.”
We are honored to be included among the organizations promoting right-to-work laws. The post mentioned in the article, “Why shouldn’t I have the right to leave a union?” is a part of our “What Should Be Said” series, which shows examples of how storytelling and emotionally compelling changes in messaging will make all the difference for those advocating for liberty.
Like so many of you, we look forward to hearing the Supreme Court’s decision in this important case. We are excited to share more of our work with you in the coming months and hope you will consider supporting our work.