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(English) National Right to Work Foundation Files Comments Asking CMS to Stop Union Bosses from Skimming from Medicaid Funds

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(English) The National Right to Work Legal Defense Foundation has today submitted formal comments to the U.S. Centers for Medicare & Medicaid (CMS) in support of the agency’s proposed rule to clarify that the diversion of Medicaid payments from providers to third parties, including unions, violates federal law.

(English) National Right to Work Foundation Attorney to Defend Kentucky’s Right to Work Law at Kentucky Supreme Court

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(English) This morning, National Right to Work Legal Defense Foundation staff attorney William Messenger will argue before the Kentucky Supreme Court, representing Kentucky workers as interested parties in Zuckerman v. Commonwealth of Kentucky, which Big Labor officials brought as a challenge to the Commonwealth’s Right to Work legislation.

(English) Indiana Worker Files Charges Against Company and Union After Being Forced to Wear Union Logo

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(English) An Indiana muffler plant employee has filed federal unfair labor practice charges against both his employer and the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Union Local 1424 for violating his workplace rights. Marshall Hobson filed the charges with the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) with free legal aid from the National Right to Work Legal Defense Foundation.

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