CTU Dues

Chicago Educators Appeal Class-action Suit Challenging CTU Union Unconstitutional Dues Seizures

Two Chicago Public Schools (CPS) educators are appealing class-action civil rights lawsuit charging the CTU with illegal dues seizures.

Connecticut State Employees File Lawsuit After Union Officials Refuse Refunds

CSEA officials forced nonmember employees to pay fees in violation of the Constitution as recognized in Janus v. AFSCME Supreme Court decision

During ACB Hearings, Whitehouse Spotlights National Right to Work SCOTUS Victories

USA Today claims that the moment went viral during : “Another moment that went viral during Tuesday’s confirmation hearing was Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse, D-R.I., using his time to give a presentation…” (10/14/2020) During the recent Judge Amy Coney Barrett confirmation hearings, Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse (RI-D) marveled at the National Right To Work Legal Defense Foundation’s […]

Over a Dozen Michigan Public School Employees Freed by Victory in Case Challenging Illegal Teacher Union Dues Scheme

Original plaintiffs fought for First Amendment Janus rights with National Right to Work Foundation staff attorneys, now they and eleven others are vindicated Lansing, MI (September 12, 2019) – As a result of a settlement won earlier this year by National Right to Work Legal Defense Foundation staff attorneys, thirteen Michigan public school employees have been freed from […]

Federal Agencies Must Stop Deducting Union Dues in Violation of First Amendment Janus Rights

Comments to Federal Labor Relations Authority point out that no union dues can be seized unless a federal employee provides a knowing waiver of their First Amendment rights Washington, DC (Aug 12, 2019) – Today the National Right to Work Legal Defense Foundation filed comments with the Federal Labor Relations Authority (FLRA) regarding the need for […]

Wall Street Journal Highlights Foundation Litigation to Enforce Janus v. AFSCME

In June 2018, National Right to Work Foundation staff attorneys won the landmark Janus v. AFSMCE case at the U.S. Supreme Court. The Janus decision established that the First Amendment protects public-sector workers from being forced to pay dues or fees to a union against their wishes. Union bosses have widely blocked public employees from exercising their Janus rights using a […]