Welcome to The Official Janus Rights Page

National Right To Work’s recent Supreme Court Victory in Janus v. AFSCME created newly-won "Janus Rights" provide Right To Work protections for all government employees. Additionally, every government employee must request union membership (opt-in) rather being forced by unions to annually opt-out of union membership.

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Washington-SEIU Scheme Challenged at Supreme Court

Staff Report May 24 2019
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UConn Professor Refunded Over $5,000 in Union Fees Seized in Violation of his Janus Rights

Staff Report May 2 2019
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Teacher Class Action Lawsuit Filed Against LA Teacher Union

Staff Report Jan 25 2019
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Ohio AFSCME Backs Down from Janus Rights Lawsuit

Staff Report Jan 24 2019
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Janus Rights Victory

Staff Report Jan 14 2019
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On June 27, 2018, the United States Supreme Court, in a case called Janus v. AFSCME, held that “States and public-sector unions may no longer extract agency fees from non-consenting employees.” The Court further ruled that “[n]either an agency fee nor any other payment to the union may be deducted from a nonmember’s wages, nor may any other attempt be made to collect such a payment, unless the employee affirmatively consents to pay [the union].” Thus, all public employees nationwide, including teachers, police officers, firefighters, and state, county and city employees, are protected by the First Amendment from being forced to subsidize any union activity without their clear and affirmative consent. 

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About MyJanusRights.org

MyJanusRights.org provides accurate information about and help with exercising your recent National Right to Work Foundation-won rights for government employees, often referred to as your new “Janus Rights” earned in the Janus v. AFSCME U.S. Supreme Court victory.

This web site is intended to provide general information and is not intended to offer legal advice about specific situations or problems. There is no intention to create an attorney-client relationship by offering this information, and anyone’s review of the information shall not be deemed to create such a relationship. You should contact us if you have a legal matter requiring attention that you believe comes within the scope of our charitable legal aid program. Nothing on this site creates an express or implied contract. Moreover, the results of cases depend upon a variety of factors unique to each matter. Past successes in Foundation-supported cases do not predict or guarantee future success.