Now that Wisconsin has passed a Right to Work law, teachers can choose whether to join the union or not join. Well, it turns out that a great many of them have chosen not to join the union.
In Kenosha, the third largest school district, only 37% of teachers voted to reauthorize the union. Statewide most of the locals are not seeking recertification. Most public unions have lost from one-third to two-thirds of their members.
The unions are struggling to attract enough members to stay afloat. Proving all along that the union leaders didn’t really represent their members, as much as sponge off of them.
For the sake of union members New Hampshire should pass a right-to-work law. Let the members decide for themselves whether to join or not join the union.