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TX Nurse Challenges ‘Acting’ General Counsel’s Move to Nix Her Case Seeking Access to Secret Union Agreement with Hospital Limiting Her Rights

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New brief contends Biden-appointed Acting NLRB General Counsel Peter Ohr lacks authority to kill case already under consideration by full Board

WASHINGTON, DC – Corpus Christi, TX-based nurse Marissa Zamora has just filed an opposition brief defending her case charging National Nurses Organizing Committee (NNOC) union bosses in her workplace with concealing a “neutrality agreement” struck in secret between union officials and HCA Holdings management that covers her hospital.

Workers Appeal to NLRB: Stop Blocking Vote to Remove Union that is Unanimously Opposed by Workers

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Every employee in the workplace signed petition for vote to oust Indiana Carpenters Union, but Regional NLRB officials are blocking the election

CROWN POINT, IN – Mike Halkias and his coworkers at Neises Construction Corp. in Crown Point, Indiana are subject to monopoly “representation” by officials of the Indiana/Kentucky/Ohio Regional Council of Carpenters union (IKORCC).

Foundation Urges Supreme Court to Hear Teacher’s Case Challenging Constitutionality of Mandatory Union ‘Representation’

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Building on 2018 Janus decision, Ohio educator argues government-imposed union boss monopoly representation violates teachers’ First Amendment rights

WASHINGTON, DC – Today the National Right to Work Legal Defense Foundation submitted an amicus curie brief to the United States Supreme Court urging the High Court to take up the case of Thompson v. Marietta Education Association.