Weighing In On Proposed ‘Right To Work’ Amendment
MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Minnesota Republicans have proposed a “right to work” amendment to the state Constitution.
They say they want voters to decide whether people should be forced to join a union as a condition of their employment.
If the amendment passes, it will allow people who choose not to be part of the union, not to pay dues. It’s one of several proposals to change the state Constitution at the legislature.
Esme Murphy had several people on her WCCO Sunday Morning show to weigh in on the topic, including Rep. Kurt Zellers and Executive Director of the AFSCME Council 5 Eliot Seide. Watch the full interviews below.
Interview With Rep. Kurt Zellers
Interview With Eliot Seide