Capital Research – Justice Alito Made His Ruling, Now It’s Time to Enforce It
Since the Janus v. AFSCME Supreme Court ruling gave state and local government workers the right to refrain from paying for union representation, unions have not given up their power to collect compelled dues quietly.
KOMO Olympia – Homeless Camps Would Get A Pass On Some Environmental Rules Under Bill
Should temporary housing for the homeless be treated differently when it comes the environmental impact reviews? Engrossed Substitute Senate Bill (ESSB) 5946 is now making its way through the House of Representatives in Olympia. The original bill drew bipartisan support and passed the Senate 35-12 on March 5.
Sacramento Bee – Want Out Of Your Union? Conservative Groups Are Recruiting California Public Workers For Lawsuits
Bethany Mendez was “doubtful” she’d benefit from union membership at the end of the last school year, but she signed up anyway after a series of hard pitches from the California Teachers Association.