For four years, Gov. Michael Dunleavy (R) has fought to ensure Alaska state employees can exercise their First Amendment rights under Janus. His administration is now attempting to bring this battle to the U.S. Supreme Court.
The Foundation has just submitted a brief at the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals in Anderson Federation of Teachers, et al. v. Rokita…
CUNY professors challenge NY law that forces them to be represented by hostile union hierarchy
ICOP Union officials sought to coerce membership by preventing non-members from defending their jobs
Connecticut State Trooper Joseph Mercer was demoted after he abstained from funding union politics, CSPU union has now backed down and settled case
AFSCME has a reputation in Ohio for refusing Janus rights to employees, and the Foundation and employees aren’t letting it slide.
TPOAM Union’s “fee-for-grievance” scheme unlawfully pressures employees to become union members; Michigan Right to Work repeal does not make scheme legal
National Right to Work Foundation attorneys filed an amicus brief in Littler v. OAPSE with the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals
JFS Employees exercised constitutional right to stop funding AFSCME union activities, but union-imposed restriction blocked exercise of right for over 90 percent of year
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.