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West Virginia Supreme Court Cites Foundation-Won Janus Case in Decision to Uphold Right to Work Law

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In April the West Virginia Supreme Court recently upheld West Virginia’s Right to Work law, ending a multi-year union boss legal challenge. National Right to Work Foundation Vice President and Legal Director Raymond LaJeunesse wrote an article for The Federalist Society analyzing the decision in the case: Morrisey v. West Virginia AFL-CIO.

San Diego Charter School Teachers Demand Election to Oust Union Bosses

SAN DIEGO, CA – Teachers at San Diego’s Gompers Preparatory Academy have collected enough signatures to trigger a vote to remove the San Diego Education Association union from monopoly bargaining power at the school.

Foundation Aids Workers Nationwide in Cases to Vindicate Janus Rights

NEW YORK, NY – The Foundation’s victory at the Supreme Court in Janus v. AFSCME set a groundbreaking precedent. The High Court finally recognized that requiring public sector workers to pay union dues as a condition of employment violates their First Amendment rights, and that “affirmative and knowing” consent is required before deducting dues from any employee.