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Janus this Week?

After months of waiting, judgement day may have arrived. In Politico’s daily email Morning Shift, the reporters warn that the Supreme Court may be ready to announce their decision on Janus v. AFSCME as early as this week. Readers of UCOMM Blog know that the Janus case would be the most destructive case for unions ever, essentially making the entire United States Right to Work for public Continue reading...
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The Enemy Behind Janus and their Tactics

The Janus v AFSCME case is expected to be decided in June, and with just a few weeks left, groups like The Freedom Foundation are beginning to talk to union members about their ability to opt out of their union and stop paying dues. The Washington Education Association (WEA) has been dealing with this group for years and has put out some good information on them that we have included below. Who Continue reading...
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Eight Ways New York is Strengthening Unions Before Janus

Thanks to the efforts of public sector unions in New York, like the Suffolk County Association of Municipal Employees, NYSUT, and the NYS AFL-CIO, the New York State Assembly and Senate passed and Governor Andrew Cuomo has signed a new law making changes to the Taylor Act. These changes are meant to preempt any changes that will come thanks to the Janus v. AFSCME Supreme Court case, which will be Continue reading...