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Old 11-12-2012, 17:59   #210
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Originally Posted by Averageman View Post
I have a question for the folks here that might know if this is true.
I work in a "Right to Work State" but signed my employment documents on a Military Base.
Now, not very often but once in a blue moon someone from management will say, "It's a right to work state" I always wondered if because some paperwork and all of the work is conducted on post doesn't Federal Law trump State Law in these cases?
While Federal law would trump, I don't see how it applies in this case. If right to work was against Federal law, there would be no right to work states.
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