That’s what the Illinois State legislature wants to inflict on the State’s citizens. That body has passed a State Constitution amendment proposal, at union behest, that would
guarantee a ““fundamental right to organize and to bargain collectively,” including for better wages, hours, working conditions….
Never mind that that right already exists in our nation’s Constitution via the 1st Amendment’s Freedom of Assembly clause and the Supreme Court’s NAACP v Alabama ruling, which extended “speech” to include association and extended both to the State level.
That’s not the end of it, though. The legislature’s proposed amendment also says that
no law would be allowed to block labor agreements from “requiring membership in an organization as a condition of employment.”
That is a blatant violation of citizens’, and of a citizen’s, freedom of association—and of their speech rights by requiring them to associate with others in order to speak of certain things.
The thing will go to the citizens of Illinois in 2022, and it’s one more illustration of Illinois’ governmental dysfunction.