U.S. SUPREME COURT RULES IN FAVOR OF EMPLOYEE FREEDOM
In the landmark Janus decision the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that it is unconstitutional to forcing public employees (who have chosen not be Union members) to pay any kind of Unions dues or fees. All public employees now have a CHOICE if they wish to financially support the Union.
For public employees that are part of a collective bargaining unit, the Janus decision means:
1. Union members pay full Union dues.
2. Non-members pay $0.00.
What was formerly known as "fair share fees" has been declared unconstitutional by the Supreme Court. The Union must still, by law, represent members and non-members equally and alike for collective bargaining, grievances, etc. The issue was that Union dues (and the now unconstitutional "fair share fees") is money being used for the Union's political speech. The Supreme Court has now ruled a public employee cannot be forced to pay for the Union's political speech any longer. It's as simple as resigning Union membership and no more Union dues will be deducted from your paycheck.
Pennsylvanians for Union Reform
668 Stony Hill Rd #110
Yardley, PA 19067