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(English) Worker Advocate to Labor Board: Rescind Obama-Era Election Rule and Require Union Recertification Votes

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(English) Today the National Right to Work Legal Defense Foundation filed comments with the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) in response to the Labor Board’s Request for Information regarding the 2014 “Ambush Election” Rule pushed through by the Obama NLRB. The Foundation’s comments not only call for the 2014 changes to be rescinded, but ask the Board to institute new protections for workers who are forced under union monopoly representation they oppose.

(English) Foundation Attorney Argues Forced Union Fees Case at U.S. Supreme Court

(English) On Monday, February 26, veteran National Right to Work Legal Defense Foundation staff attorney William Messenger argued the blockbuster Janus v. AFSCME case before the United States Supreme Court. Messenger, representing Illinois Department of Healthcare and Family Services employee Mark Janus, asked the High Court to recognize that the First Amendment protects public workers from being required to make payments to union officials as a condition of working for their own government.

(English) National Right to Work Foundation Requests Investigation of Labor Board Inspector General’s Conduct

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(English) The National Right to Work Foundation is formally requesting the Council of Inspectors General on Integrity and Efficiency (CIGIE) review apparent wrongdoing by the Inspector General of the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) regarding an investigation that led to an abrupt move by the NLRB to undo a recent decision.

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