Freedom Foundation

California Suit Claims Dues Can’t Be Deducted Until Workers Are Advised of The Rights They’re Waiving

Public-sector unions around the country have spent the past eight months trying desperately to undo the U.S. Supreme Court’s handiwork in Janus v. AFSCME. But it’s one of the dirty tricks they pulled before the ruling was even issued that prompted a lawsuit by the Freedom Foundation this week in...

Hypocrisy or Payback?

In the wake of the U.S. Supreme Court’s Janus decision, union-backed legislators in the Washington State House of Representatives are desperate to protect their government union patrons from any potential legal liability. 

San Bernardino County Employee Fights on The Public Dime

Millions of taxpayer dollars nationwide are spent paying union officials to work to accomplish the union’s agenda even when it harms the public interest.

Meet the Oregon Interns

The Freedom Foundation is always on the lookout for young and energetic free-thinkers who love freedom and liberty.   The goal of our intern program is to provide a platform to assist the next generation of freedom fighters to prepare for the future.  

First SEIU, Now OSEA Bleeding Members Since Janus

Early last June, with the U.S Supreme Court poised to issue a landmark ruling in Janus v. AFSCME that ultimately freed public-sector employees from mandatory union dues or fees

AFSCME Agrees to Refund Nonmembers’ Money Rather Than Litigate Unconstitutional ‘Maintenance of Membership’ Provision

A major obstacle erected in the path of select California Department of Social Services employees trying to opt out of their union was eliminated earlier this month when AFSCME 2620 voluntarily agreed to no longer try and enforce a “maintenance of membership” provision in its employment contract...