Union members pay monthly and working dues willingly. These dues go to people the members vote on to negotiate on their behalf. For a better wage, benefits(retirement, 401k, health care, vacation paid time off, etc.), safe working conditions and other standards. Where those who employ themselves at a company do this on their own. If unions didn't do this for their membership, what would so called non union single person employees do by themselves for the same employer? Everyone has the right to work and employ themselves in every state in this nation. Regardless of what parties say. No one has to pay "dues" to a union to get a job. There are companies under contract with unions that their members are under agreement. If you feel that paying dues isn't something you should "have to pay". You can easily go to said companies and apply for the position. These unions have apprenticeship programs or education set up in every trade. Who invests in these programs? Who employs these apprentices? Who sees these apprentices receive proper training in these programs, on the job and makes sure they meet industry standards and can make it to become a master of their trade? Who makes sure they get a fair wage for their work? Who decides whether they employ a union individual or non union individual? There's information that this "Right to Work" bill doesn't openly spread because it's untrue to the public. If you think right to work is for you and your state, you should be asking questions that go beyond the intrests of your elected officials. That don't understand their voters views on this bill or how the state has voted against it every time it came to a vote.