WVUH Employee's Persistence Finally Forces Union Bosses to Abide by Federal Settlement  

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WVUH Employee's Persistence Finally Forces Union Bosses to Abide by Federal Settlement

Case shows why West Virginia's workers need Right to Work protections

Morgantown, WV (February 28, 2013) – A West Virginia University Hospital employee has finally received justice under a federal settlement after union officials failed to abide by the settlement for months.

With aid from the National Right to Work Foundation, Kimberly Wright filed a series of federal charges against a local union for refusing to honor her resignation from formal union membership, forcing her to pay full union dues against her will, and failing to provide the legally-required disclosure of how her forced dues are being spent.

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