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NJ, Chicago Teachers Ask Supreme Court to Hear First Amendment Challenges to Union Schemes Trapping Public Employees in Dues Payments

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Multiple cases headed to High Court seeking ruling against arrangements that violate workers’ rights under 2018 Janus v. AFSCME Supreme Court decision

WASHINGTON, DC – Staff attorneys from the National Right to Work Legal Defense Foundation have just submitted petitions for writ of certiorari in two class-action civil rights cases seeking to enforce workers’ First Amendment rights. In both cases public educators are challenging union boss-created restrictions on their First Amendment right to refrain from funding unwanted union hierarchies in their workplaces.

Teamsters Officials Back Down After Being Hit with Charges Brought by UPS Worker Who Was Falsely Told He Must Join Union or Be Fired

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To avoid prosecution, Teamsters agree to inform workers of their legal rights & correct false statements claiming membership was mandatory

QUEENS, NY – Teamsters union officials at a UPS warehouse in Queens, New York, settled charges brought by Kamil Fraczek, an employee who was misled by union officials about his legal rights.

Puerto Rico Workers Ask Court to Stop Union Officials’ Illegal Dues Cover-up

Union bosses threaten healthcare unless employees ‘authorize’ years of improperly seized dues

SAN JUAN, PR – Employees of the University of Puerto Rico have filed a motion for a preliminary injunction against the University of Puerto Rico Workers Union. The motion asks the court to block and reverse union officials’ efforts to bar health insurance from employees who refuse to sign away their First Amendment rights.