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Full Foundation Action May/June 2020 Newsletter Now Online

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All articles from the May/June issue of Foundation Action are now on the website. In this issue: Foundation Asks Supreme Court to Hear Janus Case Again, Seeking Return of Forced Fees Rhode Island Officers Win Over $110,000 in Lawsuits Ending Forced-Dues Scheme Military Base Employee Charges Union Bosses with Religious Discrimination University of California Workers Challenge […]

National Right to Work Foundation Issues Special Legal Notice for State of Ohio Employees Freed from Illegal OCSEA Union Dues Scheme

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Notice explains that workers under OCSEA union power can freely cut off union dues deductions, warns employees against signing away their rights

COLUMBUS, OH – National Right to Work Foundation staff attorneys today issued a special legal notice to State of Ohio employees regarding their First Amendment rights under the Janus v. AFSCME US Supreme Court case.

Labor Board Prosecuting WV Teamsters Union for Discriminatory Pay Scheme, Now Seeks Compensation for Affected Employees

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Tygart Center employee’s NLRB charges challenged scheme which gave union stewards more pay than other employees in clear violation of federal law

FAIRMONT, WV – In a case brought for Donna Harper by National Right to Work Legal Defense Foundation staff attorneys, National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) Region 6 has issued an amended complaint against Teamsters Local 175 for imposing a discriminatory pay scheme on Harper and her coworkers at Tygart Center at Fairmont Campus.