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The history of “right-to-work”

The history of “right-to-work”

In 1935, President Franklin Roosevelt signed the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA) that legalized the right of workers to form unions, negotiate contracts and conduct job actions. It also recognized the importance of “union shops” where all workers shared the cost of maintaining their union. The President made a point of signing the NLRA (also [&hellip

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Supreme Court’s “Janus” case will impact members

Supreme Court’s “Janus” case will impact members

The Supreme Court will hear a case in 2018 called “Janus versus AFSCME” that seeks to strip public unions of their right to collect dues from everyone covered by a union contract,

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