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Michigan Rieth-Riley Workers Submit Second Petition for Vote to Remove IUOE Union Bosses from Power

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NLRB Region 7 in Detroit blocked vote for months at union bosses’ behest, but recent “blocking charge” reforms require the vote to move forward

DETROIT, MI – With free legal aid from the National Right to Work Legal Defense Foundation, Michigan-based employees of the Rieth-Riley Construction Company are again petitioning the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) Region 7 in Detroit for a vote to remove International Union of Operating Engineers (IUOE) Local 324 bosses from their workplace.

Full Foundation Action May/June 2020 Newsletter Now Online

In this issue: Foundation Asks Supreme Court to Hear Janus Case Again; Rhode Island Officers Win Over $110,000; Military Base Employee Charges Union Bosses with Religious Discrimination; University of California Workers Challenge Restrictions on Janus Rights; and Foundation Defends NMB Rule.

National Right to Work Foundation Issues Special Legal Notice for State of Ohio Employees Freed from Illegal OCSEA Union Dues Scheme

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Notice explains that workers under OCSEA union power can freely cut off union dues deductions, warns employees against signing away their rights

COLUMBUS, OH – National Right to Work Foundation staff attorneys today issued a special legal notice to State of Ohio employees regarding their First Amendment rights under the Janus v. AFSCME US Supreme Court case.