The Competitive Enterprise Institute (CEI) labor team released “The High Cost of Big Labor,” which evaluates 24 states with right-to-work laws and concludes that those states have higher income and economic growth compared to states without such laws. California, New Jersey, Illinois, Hawaii, Maryland, Wisconsin, New York, and Michigan were labeled as the top 10 states without right-to-work laws that were negatively affected by the absence of such laws.

The American Federal of State, County and Municipal Employees disassociated from the United Negro College Fund after more than 10 years when it allegedly accepted a $25 million grant from the billionaire Koch brothers. The Koch brothers allegedly aim to attack voting rights of African Americans.