The right-to-work dilemma
Dec 17, 2012 5:00 AM - Columnist Charles Krauthammer: Right-to-work laws do weaken unions. And de-unionization can lead to lower wages. But there is another factor at play: having a job in the first place. In right-to-work states, the average wage is about 10 percent lower. But in right-to-work states, unemployment also is about 10 percent lower.