The next big priority for Oregon labor unions is to grow their monopoly over dues-paying workers.
Rousing speeches, good fellowship and a bizarre union protest that entirely validated the Freedom Foundation’s efforts were the order of …
In March, SEIU 503 published on its website a set of bullet points intended to scare home healthcare providers represented by the union in Oregon away from contact with the Freedom Foundation.
Following the example of their legislative counterparts in Washington, 24 Oregon legislators, elected leaders and candidates this spring signed a letter of complaint to the Oregon Attorney General questioning the mission of the Freedom Foundation.
Since 2012, Sen. Alan Olsen (R-Canby) has been proposing a bill that would require bill amendments to carry the name of a legislator because–believe it or not–many don’t.
It’s been a busy few months since we opened our office on Aug.13 last year in Salem, Ore. Since our opening, we’ve filed a class-action lawsuit and begun educating unionized state workers about their rights and how to opt out of the union if they choose to.
The calculated disrespect for open government demonstrated by the Oregon’s attorney general in response to a simple information request filed by the Freedom Foundation last year was so egregious it prompted even the reliably liberal Oregonian to publish an editorial this week essentially calling for her removal from office.