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Right to Work Foundation Backs Civil Service Commission’s Proposal Protecting Workers’ First Amendment ‘Janus’ Rights

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Comments urge state agency to go further, ensure that employees know they have First Amendment right under Supreme Court decision to stop payments to union

LANSING, MI – The National Right to Work Foundation submitted comments to the Michigan Civil Service Commission, supporting the Commission’s proposed move to nix the state’s current policy of using old dues authorizations to continue deducting union dues from public employee paychecks. The Commission proposes a system requiring the state to obtain consent from workers before taking dues from them every year.

Military Base Employee Charges Union Bosses with Religious Discrimination

CLARKSVILLE, TN – Dorothy Frame, a J&J Worldwide Service Employee, works at Fort Campbell, a military installation on the Kentucky-Tennessee border. With free legal aid from National Right to Work Legal Defense Foundation staff attorneys, she has filed a charge with the EEOC on the grounds that LIUNA officials illegally discriminated against her because of her religious beliefs.

NLRB Moves to Prosecute Embassy Suites & UNITE HERE Union for Violating Worker Rights with Coercive ‘Card Check’ Unionization

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Complaint comes after top NLRB prosecutor found Embassy Suites’ ‘neutrality agreement’ with union illegally assisted union boss organizing drive

SEATTLE, WA – National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) Region 19 in Seattle will prosecute Embassy Suites and the UNITE HERE Local 8 union in housekeeper Gladys Bryant’s case, which charges union and hotel officials with using an illegal “neutrality agreement” to impose a union on the hotel’s workers.