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Tennessee's right-to-work laws are backfiring with Volkswagen.

The argument for "right-to-work" laws, like the one that exists in Tennessee and most other Southern states, is that they function as incentives to attract industry. The mechanics work this way: In right-to-work states, no worker at a plant where unions are…

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