CNLP Litigation

Entrepreneurs know that their enterprises can be destroyed quickly by illegal union-led schemes and harassment.   Often costly litigation or capitulation become the only answers, but the experts at the Center on National Labor Policy have brought decades of victorious legal aid to small businesses across the country.

CNLP Public Policy

Nowhere has the regulatory maze hit harder than in the field of business productivity and labor relations.  That is why part of the Center on National Labor Policy’s arsenal focuses on providing policy analysis and expert witnesses.  President Ronald Reagan once said that "You [CNLP] assist my Administration in formulating rational federal policy."

CNLP research

The Center on National Labor Policy provides research for litigation, public policy, and academic analysis of labor relations.

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CNLP's Impact and Long History of Winning Fights

CNLP has never been just another website that produces FacebookGoogleTwitter ads and YouTube videos, we have gone toe-to-toe with Big Labor Bosses for decades and win.  We plan to keep fighting for free enterprise and individual freedom as we push back against government-union monopolistic expansion in the free market.

CNLP Experts Respect the Trust of Supporters

CNLP runs an efficient operation, always considering the wishes of supporters before making expenditures, engaging in litigation, and becoming involved in other long range projects.  We focus on the mission and set goals to  stay on track.  And, because of this discipline,  we can seek out new projects to expand impact and effectiveness.

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