Dr. Terry Moe: Teacher Union Bosses' Incentivized to Oppose Education Reform
Government Employee Forced Unionism near an end? Matt Kittle & Mark Mix Discuss
National Right To Work Legal Defense Foundation President Mark Mix and popular radio talk show host Lars Larson discuss the unjust behavior by the state of Oregon and SEIU against Home Care workers.
Massachusetts Care Providers Ask Supreme Court to Strike Down Forced Unionization Scheme on First Amendment Grounds
National Right to Work Foundation staff attorneys are providing free legal assistance to the twenty-seven Evergreen Charter School employees who won the right to conduct a decertification election. The decertification allows school employees to decide the fate of the Evergreen Charter Staff Association-NYSUT union monopoly control over the school.
The National Labor Relations Board Region 29 Regional Director scheduled the union decertification election on June 16, 2016.
With free legal aid from National Right to Work Foundation staff attorneys, a bus driver in Ofallon, Illinois obtained a settlement from Amalgamated Transit Union Local 788 ensuring she no longer will be forced to pay full union dues to keep her job. Under the terms of the settlement, Jennifer Handyside also will receive a refund of union fees wrongfully deducted from her paychecks in 2015 and 2016.
Union Proffers Theory that Jeopardizes all 26 State Right to Work Laws , NRTW files brief supporting Idaho's motion to dismiss case
Thanks to the efforts of National Right to Work Foundation staff attorneys, a Pennsylvania Commonwealth Court unanimously ratified Kaolin Mushroom Farms employees vote to remove the Kaolin Workers Union (KWU).
Union lawyers’ legal maneuvering and a Pennsylvania Labor Relations Board (PLRB) Secretary delayed the vote and ratification of the vote to decertify the farmworkers’ union.
Responding to a recent Dane County Circuit Court judge’s decision against Wisconsin’s Right to Work law, National Right to Work Foundation and Wisconsin Institute for Law and Liberty attorneys filed an amicus curiae brief at the Wisconsin Court of Appeals in support of the State’s motion to stay the Circuit Court’s judgment.
Illegal Fines, Employees Pictures Posted and labeled as "scabs"
West Virginia Right To Work Task Force info
In Michigan, Commissioners struck down a union scheme to use a debt collection agency to collect illegally forced dues, and once again affirmed the right of Michigan employees to leave a union and stop paying union dues at any time by striking down the union’s "window period" policy restricting employees' rights to leave the unions.