Petitions from public servants challenge union boss-created “escape periods” that limit right to cut off dues deductions to just a few days each year
The National Right to Work Legal Defense Foundation’s petition to High Court in a Chicago Educator case has gained support from 16 states.
Two lawsuits ask Court to eliminate ‘escape period’ schemes that restrict when workers can cut off union dues as violative of Court’s Janus precedent
Four California workers from Oregon are taking a stand against compulsory unionism and asking the Supreme Court to refund dues that have been involuntarily taken from them over the years. The first case was filed in 2018 by Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority (VTA) worker William Hough against Service Employees International Union (SEIU) Local 521. […]
In June, militant officials of the union for faculty and other staff at the City University of New York (CUNY) passed a resolution blasting Israel and branding Jews who reside in Mideast regions where many of their ancestors have lived since biblical times as “Colonial settlers.” Union officials asked the university to consider boycotting Israel […]
A petition for certiorari was filed at the United States Supreme Court late last week for workers in four separate lawsuits brought against unions…
Under unconstitutional ‘escape period’ scheme, healthcare worker paid union dues for months despite resigning SEIU membership.
NRTWLDF just filed [to defend] a state law that protects the First Amendment right of West Virginia public employees to refrain from funding a union.
Today marks one week since Labor Day, and as we all head back to work after another weekend, let’s not forget our rights as hard-working citizens.
National Right to Work Attorneys argued and the U.S. Supreme court in Janus v. AFSCME decision agreed that public employees like Kimberlee Warren cannot be forced to pay union dues and fees to keep her job. But, Cuyahoga County Police Union Bosses have denied Kimberlee her constitutional rights and she has been forced to sue. Unfortunately, this […]