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Reviewing 2021 in the Month of Janus, Part 1: Abandoning Purpose in Life for Our Feelings
We have just left the month of January. January was named after the Roman god Janus, who had two heads: one looking forward, which meant that he was the god ...
February 1, 2022
University of California Lab Assistant Sues State, Union in Federal Court to Stop Compulsory Dues Collection
University of California at Irvine Lab Assistant Amber Walker opposes the political agenda of the Communications Workers of ...
August 2, 2021
Supreme Court Won’t Make Government Unions Give Back Unconstitutional Dues
While Mark Janus won a landmark legal victory in 2018 outlawing public-sector unions’ collection of forced agency fees ...
January 27, 2021
Foundation Sues to Give Public Employees The Right Not to Pay Union Dues
Las Vegas Police Officer Melodie DePierro is the latest in a growing line of public sector employees suing ...
September 1, 2020
Supreme Court Petitioned to Decide if Forced Union Dues Must Be Refunded Following Landmark 2018 Janus Decision
A Chicago Transit Authority (CTA) worker is petitioning the U.S. Supreme Court to decide whether the union dues ...
July 14, 2020
Supreme Court Asked to Decide if State Workers’ Unconstitutional Compulsory Union Dues Must Be Repaid
Former Illinois state government worker Mark Janus wants the U.S. Supreme Court to order the American Federation of ...
March 17, 2020
California Officials Sue to Strike Down Pro-Union Gag Law
Elected officials in California are challenging a controversial state law that deprives them of their ability to speak ...
March 1, 2020
House to Vote on Bill Forcing Non-Union Members to Pay Union Dues
WASHINGTON—The U.S. House of Representatives will vote this week on a sweeping bill backed by organized labor that ...
February 4, 2020
9th Circuit Rules Union Gets to Keep Unconstitutional Forced Dues
Government unions don't have to refund so-called agency fees to public employees who were forced to pay them ...
January 1, 2020
Janus Decision Still at Risk, Say Mark Janus and Bill Messenger
LOS ANGELES—The 2018 Supreme Court decision that found government employees cannot be forced to pay a government union as ...
July 1, 2019
How the Janus Decision Affected Union Workers in California
Last June’s landmark Supreme Court decision, Janus v. AFSCME, which barred public sector unions from mandating the collection ...
April 12, 2019
Socialist-led #RedForEd Movement Aims to Reinvigorate Labor, Defeat Trump
An aggressive new public school teacher-based political movement, with radical policy goals and socialist backing, is helping organized ...
February 27, 2019
Brazil’s Architecture Merges Traditional European and Indigenous Styles
Texas Attorney General Launches Investigation Into Walmart’s Prescription Opioid Sales
Germany Says Situation With Natural Gas Is ‘Tense’ and Could Deteriorate, After Sounding Gas Crisis Alarm
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Volkswagen, Siemens Among Companies Investing Over $700 Million to Boost EV Charger Production
Australia Adopts 43 Percent Emission Reduction Target Despite Current Energy Shortage
Biden, G-7 Leaders Pledge $4.5 Billion in Aid for Global Food Security: White House
Almost 30 Percent of Adult New Zealanders Were Victims of Crime in 2021
Having Australian Nuclear Subs Operational By 2030 is ‘Extremely Optimistic’ Says Defence Minister
Biden Admin Expects to Deploy 1.6 Million Doses of Monkeypox Vaccines in ‘Enhanced’ Strategy
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