Another Janus Victory: SJTA Bus Drivers Win Back Illegally Seized Dues
Tyron Foxworth and his fellow SJTA bus drivers told union officials to cease union dues to no avail, until Foundation staff attorneys’ lawsuit forced union bosses to back down.
More and More Teachers Exercise Janus Rights
The Janus-facilitated decline in the NEA union bosses’ empire has accelerated over time. In the 2021-22 academic year alone, the NEA union’s working membership fell by just over 40,000,
Southwest Ohio School Employee Hits OAPSE Union with Charges for Illegally Seizing Union Dues
OAPSE/AFSCME union officials misled Southwest Public Schools employee Richard Koch and ignored revocation request in attempt to deduct dues for entire school year over employee’s clear objection
Biden FLRA Wants to Trap You Into a Union, Making it Nearly Impossible to Leave
The Biden-appointed FLRA wants to limit your ability to leave a union to just one day a year.
Foundation Slams Biden FLRA Move to Restrict Federal Employees’ Right to Stop Union Dues
Foundation comments expose flimsy statutory foundations of FLRA’s proposed rule, and reveal how it violates federal workers’ First Amendment Janus rights
California Lifeguards Ask Supreme Court to Blow Whistle on CSLEA Dues-Trap Scheme
CSLEA union bosses’ ‘maintenance of membership’ scheme drowns California lifeguards’ Janus rights for four years
Lucas County Employees Hit AFSCME Union with Federal Lawsuit for Seizing Union Dues in Violation of First Amendment
From the National Right to Work Legal Defense Foundation: Three Lucas County Job and Family Services (JFS) employees have filed a federal civil rights lawsuit against the American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees (AFSCME) Ohio Council 8 union and their employer. They charge union and county officials with seizing dues money from their […]
LVMPD Police Officer Urges Supreme Court to Hear Case Battling PPA Union’s Unconstitutional Dues Scheme
LVMPD officer argues PPA union officials seized her money in violation of First Amendment through restrictive arrangement to which she never consented
Repealing Michigan’s Right to Work Law Could Have Major Consequences
With Democrats taking hold of the House and Senate in Michigan, there are concerns that they could try to remove the Right to Work.
National Employee Freedom Week: Time to Build on Janus by Ending Injustice of Forced Union Monopoly ‘Representation’
Foundation’s 2018 Supreme Court victory protects public workers’ right not to fund union they oppose, but union officials can still ‘speak for’ dissident workers