The Supreme Court decision in Janus v. AFSCME means 5 million government workers in 22 states are no longer forced to pay a political organization to work in public service.
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The Supreme Court ruled in Janus v. AFSCME that no government worker can be required to pay money to a government union as a condition of working in public service. This means that government employees who are not union members are no longer required to pay union fees, union dues or “agency fees” at their workplace.
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Imagine having to pay a middleman in order to go to work. Pay up – or find another job. That was the reality for more than 5 million government workers in 22 states, including teachers, child support specialists, prison workers, police and firefighters. Janus v. AFSCME ended that injustice.