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SEIU Caught with Its Hand in the Cookie Jar…Again

Another day, another dawn and a new refund paid in full by the Service Employees International Union, Local 503. 

9th Circuit hears Slidewaters’ appeal a year too late

The Slidewaters saga continued this week, with Freedom Foundation attorney Sydney Phillips arguing on June 7 before a three-judge panel of the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals that the Chelan water park’s lawsuit against the state of Washington was mishandled a year ago. Slidewaters became a flash...

Freedom Foundation to Challenge Constitutionality of Nation’s First Legislative Union

Yesterday, Oregon became the first state in the country to certify a union of legislative employees — the political staffers who work for elected members of the Oregon State Legislature.

Third Error Reveals Systemic Fraud at SEIU 721

In any case, she didn’t want to continue paying dues any longer than necessary, and she wanted proof she had agreed to this “obligation.”

Unions Can’t Keep Paying to Make Lawsuits Go Away

Government unions have started using a new tactic to avoid lawsuits asserting workers’ First Amendment rights against compelled speech — giving them their money back after they get sued.

Freedom Foundation’s Brief in Doughty Aims to Safeguard First Amendment

On June 3, the Freedom Foundation filed an amicus curiae (friend of the court) brief with the U.S. Supreme Court in Doughty v. SEIU Local 1984, a case brought by our friends at the National Right to Work Foundation.

Are LA teachers happy to have UTLA spout hatred on their behalf?

In the real world, taking someone’s money for one purpose and spending it on another is the textbook definition of fraud, and no one guilty of it is brazen enough to advertise their actions for the world to see. But such is the hubris of organized labor under the current administration that unions...

The Votes Are in And Yvonne Walker Is Out

California union members this week were the architects of a massive defeat for organized labor as one of its most recognizable faces was voted out of office.