Lindsey Queen is the Ohio Director at the Freedom Foundation. Based in Columbus, Ohio, Lindsey will work to further the Foundation’s new and exciting expansion into the Midwest. A native of Decatur, Georgia, Lindsey came to Ohio to earn her Bachelor’s degree in Politics and Government at Ohio Wesleyan University. Lindsey has experience in both State and local government, as well as Public Affairs and Lobbying for various statewide non-profit organizations.
Lindsey will lead outreach, fundraising, legislative and litigative strategies to promote and build the Freedom Foundation’s mission in advancing individual liberty, free enterprise and limited accountable government. In her spare time, Lindsey enjoys spending time with family and friends, training for half marathons, cooking and traveling.
According to recent coverage by ABC 5, the Cleveland Heights Teacher’s Union (CHTU) spent months negotiating with the Cleveland Heights-University Heights School District Board and had already notified the board its members voted to go on strike beginning Dec. 2.
The Ohio Association of Public School Employees (OASPE) never ceases to amaze when it comes to the unnecessary and unconstitutional complications they shovel out to the people who choose to exercise their rights by revoking their union membership.
A group of Ohio public employees this month managed to successfully kick their union to the curb. The question now is whether it learned anything from the experience.
Earlier this month the Freedom Foundation sent mailers to more than 90,000 teachers, informing them of the 2018 Supreme Court …
Major relief has finally arrived for a number of Ohio’s public employees, and it couldn’t come at a better time.
Despite the challenges the COVID-19 pandemic has posed to the Freedom Foundation’s outreach efforts, July is beginning to look like a spectacular month for Ohio government workers who choose to opt out of their unions.
Two years ago, on June 27, 2018, the U.S. Supreme Court told Mark Janus he no longer had to join a union or pay dues or fees to one in order to keep his job as a child support specialist for the state of Illinois.
Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine’s budget management director, Kimberly Murnieks, is asking government unions to work out a plan to cut personnel costs by June 15 — in addition to seeking hiring freezes and pay cuts of up to 4 percent for state employees.
On Friday, the Freedom Foundation took its latest in a long line of steps toward advancing worker freedom in Ohio by delivering to Gov. Mike DeWine nearly 500 individual letters from the state’s public employees, each containing one simple request — stop taking union dues from their paychecks.