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A U.S. Supreme Court case called Janus v. AFSCME Council 31 threatens our union and all working families. This case, which will come before the Supreme Court in February, represents a huge threat to our union. As a local leader, you are critical to how we defend and protect our union, our members and public services in the face of this threat.
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Janus v. AFSCME is a court case that is the culmination of a decades-long scheme by the greedy rich to get rid of union jobs. It is one of more than a dozen similar cases that anti-worker groups have tried to push through the legal system with the aim of making it harder for unions to fight for good jobs and a voice at work

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The Coming Supreme Court Attack on Public-Sector Unions—and What Unions Can Do About It A conversation with author and organizer Jane McAlevey about Janus v. AFSCME and the way forward for labor. By Jon Wiener

Mark Janus, the plaintiff, is an employee of the state of Illinois who sued his union to be released from having to pay what’s called an agency fee. He doesn’t believe in trade unions
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