Ohio public employees have filed two class action lawsuits against the American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees for their right-to-work policies post-Janus. The first challenges AFSCME’s decision to only allow workers to opt-out of paying union dues during a 15-day period. The second asks that the union repay the dues it forcibly collected from non-members in recent years.

In other right-to-work news, a recent study found that the U.S. auto manufacturing industry does more business in right-to-work states.


Source: nrtwc.org