Employee wanted to stop dues but law let union bosses demand photo ID. California is one of the worst for having anti-Janus laws.
Crane’s lawsuit maintained that IUOE’s “agreement administration fee” requirement violated his rights under the 2018 Janus v. AFSCME Supreme Court decision
Labor union bosses should once again be on the run. . . The National Right to Work Legal Defense Foundation is going to the Supreme Court with Mark Janus again. On June 27, 2018, the Supreme Court of the United States acceded to National Right to Work Legal Defense Foundation attorney William Messenger and his […]
The following article is from the National Right to Work Legal Defense Foundation’s bi-monthly Foundation Action Newsletter, May/June 2020 edition. To view other editions or to sign up for a free subscription, click here. Case could set precedent for hundreds of millions of dollars in refunds to Big Labor’s victims. Mark Janus’ second Foundation-backed appeal […]
Yesterday Alaska Governor Mike Dunleavy announced an executive order to help protect the First Amendment rights of all state employees under the 2018 Janus v. AFSCME Supreme Court decision. Under the new rule, the State of Alaska will deduct union fees only from the paychecks of employees who have filed a waiver with the state […]