A West Virginia County Judge overturned the state’s right-to-work law late last month. While this decision is disappointing to many, the bright side is that we will most likely see the case move to the state’s Supreme Court. Once ruled on there, all West Virginians—and businesses considering work in the state—should finally have some clarity on the issue.

In Michigan, a Ford Motor Company employee, Lloyd Stoner, won his case against the UAW. The union was charged with continuing to deduct dues after Stoner revoked his authorization for dues deduction. Click here to read more on how the Auto Workers attempted to avoid honoring Stoner’s request, despite the fact that he’s employed in a right-to-work state.