The Massachusetts House passed a bill this month that allows public sector unions to charge non-members fees for representation when filing grievances. H. 3854, a response to the U.S. Supreme Court’s 2018 Janus decision, directly overrides an August veto by Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker. The bill also gives unions access to personal contact information for all employees, member or not.

Also this month, the NLRB ordered Auto Worker officials to reimburse dues deducted from an individual’s paycheck after he resigned from the union and revoked his authorization of dues deduction.