“The right to live includes the right to work. The exercise of the right to work must be protected and maintained free from undue restraints and coercion.” These two sentences were passed into North Carolina law 75 years ago, on March 18, 1947. Since that time, most states (27) have passed “Right to Work” laws.

As we approach the 75th anniversary of North Carolina’s “Right to Work” law, is it time to codify that right in the state constitution? What are the moral arguments for a right to work? What are the economic benefits of a right to work? Join us as our panel of experts discusses these and several other issues related to worker freedom in the Old North State.