Pennsylvania Supreme Court decision will harm the state’s home care workers and most vulnerable
2018 | Press Release
Americans for Fair Treatment deplores the Pennsylvania Supreme Court decision today to permit the unionization of 20,000 home health care providers in the commonwealth. At a time when the U.S. Supreme Court has historically and unequivocally defended the freedom of association of individuals through Janus v. AFSCME, Pennsylvania is instead herding government workers back into union servitude.
Illinois state government stops collecting ‘Fair Share’ fees for AFSCME, other government worker unions
The state will stop deducting agency fees from workers who have opted out of the union, effective immediately. As of June 27, the state of Illinois will no longer deduct union agency fees from the paychecks of nonmember public employees. Previously, Illinois workers...
Contact: Keith Williams (833) 969-3247 | Info@AmericansForFairTreatment.org Free to Teach Sends Janus Booklet to Every Pa. School DistrictGovernment Workers Deserve to Know Their Union Rights May 20, 2019, Harrisburg, Pa.—The U.S. Supreme Court’s Janus v. AFSCME...
Americans for Fair Treatment Contact: Rebecca Whalen, 717-216-4756, firstname.lastname@example.org Lawmakers’ Move to Give Public Workers a Bigger Voice in Their Unions March 18, 2019, Harrisburg, Pa. — New legislation that would require new and non-union...