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As Missouri marches toward its vote on the ballot initiative on a statewide Right to Work law on August 6, the initiative permitting employees to opt out of paying dues to a union organizing their workplace, it’s clear the direction the country is heading. In states without RTW, some municipalities are passing their own ordinances. Lincolnshire, Illinois is defending its RTW ordinance before the 7th circuit in the coming months, a hint that activists in blue states may attempt to focus on local ordinances as their next battleground. (Bloomberg graphic)