Right to Work Foundation attorneys challenge union hierarchy for violating employees’ constitutional rights
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Anchorage, AK – Two Alaska State Troopers have filed a federal lawsuit against a local union and the Department of Public Safety for violating their rights. Patrick Johnson and Robin Benning filed the lawsuit in the U.S. District Court for the District of Alaska in Anchorage with free legal assistance from the National Right to Work Foundation.
Both Johnson and Benning resigned from formal union membership in the Public Safety Employees Association (PSEA) union, an affiliate of the American Federation of Continue reading →
Maine accountant warns against disparity between corporate, individual rates
WASHINGTON, D.C. — Small-business owner Dewey Martin testified recently before the House Committee on Ways & Means on the impact of federal tax reform on small businesses. Mr. Martin owns a small accounting firm based in Hampden, Maine, and is a member of the Continue reading →
Washington, D.C. – Liberty Counsel has announced a new partnership with the pro-life organization, Personhood USA. This partnership will enable both Liberty Counsel and Personhood USA to be more effective in advocating for the passage of personhood legislation and state initiatives for constitutional amendments in states across the country.
Personhood legislation or state constitutional initiatives declare that human life begins at conception and extend the full protection of the law to all human beings from the Continue reading →