Mark Mix is President of the National Right to Work Committee which is a 2.8 million member public policy organization. He also serves as President of the National Right to Work Legal Defense Foundation.

Scot Bertram: Mark thanks for joining us. Here are the Steve Gruber show.
Mark Mix: My pleasure Scott. It's good to be good to be on with you. And I think I had that be track tape of the neck in My Sharona in my car in 1979. I'm not sure but I had a lot of eight tracks.
Scot Bertram:  Look there's a pretty good chance. He did. It was a very good selling 8-track back then Mark. I don't have a print version of the Detroit news in my hands, but your op-ed is on the website Detroitnews.com. I would imagine it's in the print version today Congress. Assaults workers rights again say last week unless it's locking and Haley Stevens help Nancy Pelosi help. Push Big labor so-called proact through the US House. What are we talking about here Mark?
Mark Mix: Yeah. It's a piece of legislation. That's probably the single largest and most aggressive piece of Labor legislation that we've seen in decades and Washington. It actually is a bill that would radically alter the relationship between employees and unions and obviously unions and employers.

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