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Workers in right-to-work states could face challenges with unions stemming from recent discussions by the NLRB. Deceptive assault: Obama NLRB seeks to gut right-to-work laws, say critics By: Perry Chiaramonte (Fox News) Opponents of Big Labor complained to lawmakers Wednesday that the Obama administrations National Labor Relations Board is poised to gut right-to-work laws with a seemingly simple tweak they claim could leave independent workers at the mercy of the unions they rejected. The board is considering requiring non-union workers who work at unionized companies - something that can only happen in the 25 so-called right-to-work states - to pay fees to unions in order to file workplace grievances. That, complained Mark Mix, president of the National Right to Work Committee, gives the unions, who control the grievance process, too much power over workers who opted out. History has shown that union officials all too often initiate on-the-job discrimination, which forces a worker