In the context of the ongoing push to ease union organizing (think PRO Act, Biden being ‘most union-friendly president’ in history, NLRB becoming more advocacy-oriented, etc.), the state of Illinois does not intend to be left behind. In fact, earlier this year, the legislature passed a joint resolution to place a constitutional amendment on the 2022 ballot that if passed by the voters, would prevent the state of Illinois or any local government entity from passing a “right-to-work” law. Further, the proposed amendment to the state constitution would recognize a “fundamental right [of employees] to organize and to bargain collectively through representatives of their choosing.” Right-to-work laws already exist in each of the states bordering Illinois. Passage of the amendment requires a majority of those who vote in November 2022 to vote in favor or 60 percent of those who vote on the proposed amendment to vote in favor of it. It appears as more confirmation of the unending effort to force unionization across the country.