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Educators File Lawsuit Against Union for Trapping Them in Dues

The lawsuit challenges a union boss-created “escape period” scheme that blocks educators from terminating dues deductions from their paychecks…

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NJ and IL Teachers Sue Union Officials Over “Escape Period” Scheme

Four teachers are suing their union because the union’s so-called “escape period” does not fall in line with the 2018 Janus v. AFSCME ruling.

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NJ Teachers Ask Supreme Court to Hear First Amendment Challenges to Union Schemes Trapping Public Employees in Dues Payments

Multiple cases headed to High Court seeking ruling against arrangements that violate workers’ rights under 2018 Janus v. AFSCME Supreme Court decision

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Right to Work Celebrates Third Anniversary of Janus Ruling

June 25, 2021 marks the third anniversary of the Supreme Court Janus v. AFSCME ruling that protects public sector worker rights.

New Hampshire Workers’ Petition Asking Supreme Court to Hear Case Seeking Refund of Unconstitutionally Seized Union Dues is Fully Briefed

New Hampshire workers Patrick Doughty and Randy Severance’s Supreme Court case seeking a refund after being forced to pay union dues has been fully briefed.

IAM Union Faces Backlash for Forcing Union Dues for Politics

Foundation attorneys argue IAM union “opt-out” requirement to escape payment for union officials’ political activities violates Supreme Court’s Janus standard

San Diego Charter School Teachers Charge Union with Illegal Surveillance

“The PERB should condemn these attacks on independent-minded teachers, and allow Gompers educators to have their long-overdue vote on whether to remove the union officials who are attacking the very educators they claim to represent,” added Mix.

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More Workers Ask Supreme Court to Refund Unconstitutional Forced Dues

Foundation staff attorneys are now assisting workers in more than a dozen cases seeking to force union officials to return illegal forced fees to tens of thousands of employees, with four such cases now pending at the U.S. Supreme Court.