Government unions expect to lose in Janus and, if they do, public employees around the country will be free to choose for themselves whether to financially support a union.
Working Washington — a Seattle-based nonprofit spawned by the Occupy Wall Street movement in 2011 that's both affiliated with and funded by SEIU — has a history of making dubious claims and using pressure tactics to achieve its goals.
Right to Work. When you filter out all the union scare tactics, what is it... and more importantly, what isn’t it?
U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wisconsin) wrote a letter to the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) seeking, “…information about the practice of government employee unions ‘skimming’ federal dollars from Medicaid beneficiaries before the payments are passed on to the recipients.”
Surrendering once more to its weakness for the sort of linear thinking that ultimately dooms all liberal ideas, the Seattle City Council seems determined to inflict a crippling tax on its most successful, job-generating businesses.
King County Prosecutor Dan Satterberg’s personal unholy war against the Freedom Foundation on behalf of his friends at SEIU is destined to blow up in his face
For many years now—long before Friedrichs v. California Teachers Association or Janus v. AFSCME cases were argued—the Freedom Foundation has actively helped union members become agency fee payers and deny unions the right to use their hard-earned money for political purposes.
This morning, KVI talk-show hosts, Kirby Wilbur and John Carlson, broke the story that Republican King County Prosecutor Dan Satterberg has embarked on a politically-motivated and specious criminal prosecution of a former employee of the Service Employees International Union Local 775