(English) Court Strikes Down Construction Union’s Form Contract Language as a “Word Game” Designed to Impose Membership and Recognition
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(English) National Right to Work Foundation Releases Statement on Hawaii Workers’ Victory at D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals
(English) Today a unanimous panel of the United States District of Columbia Court of Appeals rejected the Obama National Labor Relations Board’s (NLRB) opinion that union officials’ forced dues threats did not violate the rights of Hawaii hotel workers.
(English) Hospital Employees Hit SEIU Union with Charges for Requirement to Renew Objections to Funding Union Politics
(English) Hospital employees at Kaiser Permanente filed federal unfair labor practice charges against the Service Employees International Union (SEIU) 1199 NW stating that union officials are violating their right to refrain from paying for union political activity. The charges were filed with free legal aid from National Right to Work Legal Defense Foundation and Freedom Foundation attorneys.
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