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Media Mentions – Week of December 3, 2017

Seattle Times – Appeal Likely In ‘Longshot’ Income-Tax Case, Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan Says

New Mayor Jenny Durkan thinks she wants Seattle to appeal a recent ruling against the city’s income tax. But she’s consulting with City Attorney Pete Holmes first and believes the case is a “longshot,” she said Thursday.

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Western Free Press – Freedom Foundation files amicus briefs in landmark right-to-work case

The Freedom Foundation on Dec. 6 submitted a pair of amicus curiae briefs in support of the petitioner in Janus v. AFSCME, the pending U.S. Supreme Court case that could bring “right-to-work” protections to public employees nationwide.

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Watchdog – More briefs filed with SCOTUS in forced union dues case

Three more briefs were filed with the U.S. Supreme Court this week in support of an Illinois state worker’s fight against being forced to pay dues to a public employee union.

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Montrose Press – More briefs filed with SCOTUS in forced union dues case

Three more briefs were filed with the U.S. Supreme Court this week in support of an Illinois state worker’s fight against being forced to pay dues to a public employee union.

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The Bulletin – Guest column: Don’t allow the skimming of Medicaid funds for unions

Each year, hundreds of millions of dollars are skimmed off the top of Medicaid payments intended for some of society’s most vulnerable citizens and used for purposes never envisioned by the program’s supporters. Most of us can agree this is wrong.

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