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Michigan Electrician Hits IBEW Union Bosses with Federal Charges for Illegal Retaliation for Working for His Wife’s Business

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Union officials kept electrician in the dark about right to resign union membership, then demanded thousands in fines after he and wife rebuffed union contract demands

DETROIT, MI – A Michigan electrician is hitting International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW) Local 58 union bosses with federal charges for not telling him about his right to resign his union membership, and subsequently illegally fining him.

West Virginia Supreme Court Hears Right to Work Case

CHARLESTON, WV – The West Virginia Supreme Court heard arguments on January 15 in union bosses’ long-running case seeking to dismantle West Virginia’s Right to Work Law and restore their forced-dues powers over workers across the Mountain State. National Right to Work Foundation staff attorneys have already filed multiple legal briefs in this case for West Virginia workers in defense of West Virginia’s Right to Work Law.

Electrician Files Discrimination Lawsuit Challenging Forced Union Fees

Boston College and SEIU officials ignored reasonable request to accommodate religious beliefs

BOSTON, MA – In November, National Right to Work Foundation staff attorneys filed a federal Title VII religious discrimination lawsuit for a Boston College electrician whose rights were violated by the Service Employees International Union (SEIU) in illegally demanding union fees. The lawsuit also names his employer, Boston College, for its role in the discrimination.