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Is South Carolina really a right-to-work state? Of course it is, right? Well, hold on. By the common legal definition, yes – South Carolina is a right-to-work state: its residents can’t be forced to join a union. That’s a good thing, too. It means workers enjoy the freedom of joining or not joining unions; it means they can’t be turned down for a job because of membership or non-membership in a union; and it means businesses are more likely to invest and grow in the absence of state-supported coercion. That doesn’t mean South Carolina has no unions.
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