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Two Cert Petitions Seeking Refunds of Union Dues Seized in Violation of First Amendment Janus Rights Now Fully Briefed at SCOTUS

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Chicago transit worker’s suit, Mark Janus’ petition and two other cases seeking refunds all now scheduled to be considered at High Court’s October 9 conference


WASHINGTON, DC – Staff attorneys at the National Right to Work Legal Defense Foundation have just filed their reply brief with the US Supreme Court in the class-action case Casanova v. International Association of Machinists, Local 701. Thus, the petition asking the Supreme Court to hear the case is now fully briefed. The case will now be considered at the Court’s October 9 conference.

Ventra Evart Auto Parts Worker Hits UAW Local with Federal Charges for Illegal Dues Seizures

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Labor Board charge comes as federal investigation into racketeering and embezzlement within UAW reaches 15 indictments

EVART, MI – An employee of auto parts manufacturer Ventra Evart LLC has just filed federal unfair labor practice charges against the United Auto Workers (UAW) union local at her workplace, charging that union officials illegally ignored her request to cut off dues deductions from her paycheck and are still seizing money from her.

Corpus Christi Nurse Asks National Labor Relations Board to Rule that Union Bosses Cannot Hide Secret Deal with Nurses’ Employer

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NLRB General Counsel prosecuting NNOC union officials for keeping so-called “neutrality agreement” hidden from workers opposed to union

CORPUS CHRISTI, TX – A Corpus Christi-based nurse has just asked the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) to review a decision by an Administrative Law Judge (ALJ) which denied her access to a nationwide union “neutrality agreement” struck in secret between her employer, HCA Holdings (which operates Corpus Christi Medical Center and Doctor’s Regional Medical Center, among many others) and National Nurses Organizing Committee (NNOC) union organizers.