Right to Work efforts have been dropped in Oregon after the state’s governor announced plans for tax reform.

Anti-union forces targeted Oregon in hopes of getting a ballot initiative before voters in November.

Anti-union groups pushed a measure called “The Public Employees Choice Act” which would have allowed public employees to work in union-represented positions without joining the union while receiving all the benefits and representation the union provides without paying union dues.

Right to Work efforts are still underway in Missouri and Ohio.