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Monday, March 14, 2011

Mark Mix Talks About 'Right to Work' In Missouri

Mark Mix spoke at an event in St. Charles Missouri recently on the State's Right to Work legislation. Several Missouri State Politicians were in attendance along with several hundred people.

According to Mark Mix's Bio he:

"is President of the National Right to Work Legal Defense Foundation. He also serves as President of the National Right to Work Committee, a 2.2 million member public policy organization.

He became President of the Foundation in 2003. Under the leadership of Mr. Mix, the National Right to Work Legal Defense Foundation has continued to provide unparalleled free legal assistance to workers and has utilized cutting-edge legal strategies to protect workers from the abuses of compulsory unionism.

Mr. Mix frequently appears on national television shows including Fox News Channel's Your World: With Neil Cavuto and Fox & Friends, as well as CNBC's Power Lunch. Mr. Mix also often serves as a guest on nationally syndicated radio shows such as the Michael Reagan Show and the Jim Bohannon Show.

Similarly, Mr. Mix's writings have appeared in national outlets such as the Wall Street Journal, Washington Times and National Review. His pieces have also been featured in widely-read regional publications across the country including the Detroit Free Press, the Orange County Register and the San Antonio Express-News.

Mr. Mix is also a sought after speaker on political technology and grass-roots lobbying tactics. He often travels across the country, speaking and training participants in the political process.

Mark Mix holds a BA in Finance from James Madison University and an Associates Degree in Marketing from the State University of New York. Prior to joining the National Right to Work Committee in 1990, Mr. Mix worked for several state-level Right to Work groups. He joined the National Right to Work Legal Defense Foundation in 1999."


Here is Video of the Event:



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