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Does the NLRB’s Inspector General Have a Double Standard for When Board Members Must Recuse? The Federalist Society Online, February 22, 2018   Raymond J. LaJeunesse In short, IG Berry has broadly construed the recusal requirements for Member Emanuel, but did so only narrowly for former Member Becker. Moreover, Berry’s citation of Becker’s…(Read More)

UAW Provides Another Example of Big Labor’s Disregard For Employee Interests www.nilrr.org, February 15, 2018 It also means UAW-boss PR campaigns against Right to Work in Michigan and elsewhere have been using the false “premise that [organized] labor protects the interests of the men and women working in auto plants.” At…(Read More)

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Trump’s Appointees Are Restoring Reason to the NLRB Wall Street Journal Online, January 31, 2018\ Meantime, the new NLRB has more repair work to do. Up next for reversal could be an Obama-era rule that cut the median time for union elections by more than a third, making them harder for management to…(Read More)

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The Janus Stakes empirecenter.org, January 09, 2018 As shown in this report, if the Supreme Court sides with the plaintiff in Janus, New York state government and New York City municipal employees who have already indicated they would rather not belong to unions would save $53 million a year in dues-like fees. Extrapolating…(Read More)

Right-to-work attorney challenging SEIU 1000 dues collection Jackson Observer Online, December 27, 2017 A right-to-work attorney acknowledged in court on Monday that he’s trying to “change the law” with a lawsuit that challenges the way state government‘s largest union collects dues. “Nowhere can we find a compelling state interest…(Read More)

Home Health Caregivers Might Find Relief from Union Coercion at Supreme Court mackinac.org, August 18, 2017 To help end the dues skim nationally, the Mackinac Center and National Federation of Independent Business have signed on to an amicus brief authored by the Cato Institute in the case Hill v. SEIU. The plaintiff in is…(Read More)

No Love for Forced Unionism freebeacon.com, May 24, 2017 Chief Executive magazine surveyed CEOs across the country about the economic environments that are best suited for their companies. The survey found that right-to-work laws, which prohibit mandatory union membership as a condition of employment, play a large role in attracting business. Of…(Read More)