States that have right-to-work laws

The Associated Press Published:

Michigan is on the verge of becoming the 24th state with a right-to-work law, which would prohibit requiring workers to join a union or pay fees that are equivalent to union dues as a condition of employment. Here's a list of the 23 states that already have such a law:

-- Alabama

-- Arizona

-- Arkansas

-- Florida

-- Georgia

-- Idaho

-- Indiana

-- Iowa

-- Kansas

-- Louisiana

-- Mississippi

-- Nebraska

-- Nevada

-- North Carolina

-- North Dakota

-- Oklahoma

-- South Carolina

-- South Dakota

-- Tennessee

-- Texas

-- Utah

-- Virginia

-- Wyoming

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Source: U.S. Department of Labor.