It’s no secret that the Service Employees International Union (SEIU) is one of the largest donors to liberal political candidates and causes in California.
In a case of gross abuse of an in-home caretaker and his wife, the Freedom Foundation successfully helped free an in-home care provider from the the Service Employees International Union (SEIU) Local 2015, which had been illegally taking money from In-Home-Supportive Service (IHSS) payments for nearly two decades.
They’re at it again. For at least the third time in a year, union-backed lawmakers in the U.S. House of …
Since its founding in 1991, the Freedom Foundation has advocated for individual liberty, free enterprise and limited, accountable government. As …
During this difficult time, you would imagine that the “pro-worker” unions would be doing everything in their power to help their dues payers. After all, they’re the only people in America who have the workers backs, right?
It is not every day a union listens to the desperate pleas of its members requesting the end to union membership and dues deductions. Members’ odds of escaping union bondage substantially increase dramatically, though, when the Freedom Foundation intervenes.
When you consider the unions themselves are responsible for the latter — they and their cronies first broke, then weakened those public records laws in a whopping three out of the last five years — it becomes clear their only goal is to suppress all communication to public employees except their own.
AB 378, signed into law on Sept. 30 by California Gov. Gavin Newsome is the latest brazen scheme by organized labor to skim the paychecks of publicly subsidized workers already struggling to make ends meet on modest wages.
The Freedom Foundation is always active — and usually winning — in its legal battles with public-sector unions in Washington, Oregon and California. But even by our standards, the past few weeks have seen a significant number of notable victories in Washington state appellate courts.