Freedom Foundation

Media Mentions – Week of October 6th, 2019

Spokesman Review – Spokane’s Proposition 1 would make bargaining between the city and unions public

Supporters of the public bargaining process, among them free-market groups like the Freedom Foundation and Washington Policy Center, argue it’s a check on government spending that has been approved by the courts.

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KABC – Larry O’Connor Show – Mariah Gondeiro on SEIU Presidential Candidate Forum

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Washington AG Bob Ferguson – AG Ferguson Files New Campaign Finance Lawsuit Against Freedom Foundation Over Olympia Initiative

Attorney General Bob Ferguson filed a lawsuit today against the Evergreen Freedom Foundation, alleging campaign finance violations based on a referral from the state Public Disclosure Commission (PDC).

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Washington Examiner – Warren labor proposal would skim Medicaid dues from home healthcare workers

The nonprofit group Freedom Foundation, which represents providers in the latter instance, estimates the union has wrongly taken $15 million in Medicaid funds since 2014.

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Washington Examiner – Major teachers union suffers loss following 2018 Janus Supreme Court ruling

One of Washington state’s largest unions lost thousands of dues paying members in the wake of a Supreme Court decision barring automatic enrollment of home healthcare workers in the union, according to a new report.

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Washington State Wire – Freedom Foundation’s Nelsen Named to Federal Labor Dispute Panel

Maxford Nelsen, labor policy director for the Olympia, Wash.-based Freedom Foundation, has been appointed by President Donald Trump to fill a seat on the Federal Service Impasses Panel, an independent entity within the Federal Labor Relations Authority.

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