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PRIVATE-SECTOR Employees In Wisconsin:

Stuck Paying Dues to a Union You Don't Want to Support?



Wisconsin law lets you quit your union whenever you want. It also says you can stop paying dues 30 days after you quit—you don't have to keep paying until your "dues year" is up. But Wisconsin hasn't been following that law. We want to fix that—and help you keep your money, or get back money you shouldn't have been forced to pay.

We may be able to help if:

  • You work in a private-sector union workplace in Wisconsin
  • You recently quit your union—or want to quit
  • You want to stop paying union dues now—and not have to wait until the end of your dues year

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