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RIGHT TO WORK FOUNDATION CONDEMNS CLINTON'S BETRAYAL OF WORKERS TO BIG LABOR'S FORCED-DUES COERCION

 WASHINGTON, Feb. 2 /PRNewswire/ -- Rex H. Reed, executive vice president, National Right to Work Legal Defense Foundation, issued the following:
 President Clinton yesterday paid the first installment of his debt to big labor.
 By repealing the executive order to inform forced-dues payers of their right not to pay for union politics, Clinton has shown that he cares more about paying off his political debts than fulfilling his inaugural promise to "reform our politics so that power and privilege no longer shout down the voice of the people."
 Foundation attorneys are helping over 3,000 employees whom union officials tried to shout down with illegal demands for full union dues to be spent however the officials wished. Millions more have never known to question the forced-dues privilege federal law gives to organized labor thanks to the National Labor Relations Board's well-documented cover-up. By ordering his labor department to tear down notices of employees' rights against compulsory unionism, Clinton has turned back the clock and thrown the cloak of secrecy over federal contract workers.
 And with exit polls showing that 45 percent of unionized voters didn't vote for Clinton, that means nearly 4 million private sector workers will continue to walk with blinders on, courtesy of the union bosses and Clinton.
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 /CONTACT: Tim McConville or David Kendrick of the National Right to Work Legal Defense Foundation, 703-321-8510/


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