Posts tagged Timothy R. Snowball
LA County Sheriff’s employee sues union over inability to opt out of membership
June 1, 2022 // "The point here is that the union could have done the right thing at any time," Snowball added. "When he originally requested to get out, the union simply could have effectuated the card that he signed with them in the 1990s, let him out, but they decided not to. They decided to just string him along like they do employees all the time and not do anything until he sued them and filed a temporary restraining order in federal court."
AFSCME LOCAL THROWS IN THE TOWEL 3 HOURS AFTER BEING SERVED WITH PAPERS TO STOP UNCONSTITUTIONAL DEDUCTIONS
May 23, 2022 // Craine’s lawsuit argues that his union card from 1999 controls his ability to end both his membership and the deductions, and any money taken after submission of his opt-out notice and spent by the union on political speech without contract or consent was a violation of the First Amendment.
FREEDOM FOUNDATION COMMENTS ON ANTI-JANUS LEGISLATION IN CALIFORNIA
May 15, 2022 // The law stipulates that, if a government employer so much as mentions the Janus case to his or her employees, government unions can file a complaint and the employer can be hauled before the California Public Employment Relations Board (PERB).
FREEDOM FOUNDATION PUTS CALIFORNIA UNIONS ON THE DEFENSIVE
March 18, 2022 // Freedom Foundation attorneys representing public-sector workers free of charge will argue three cases in federal court in the Central District of California. These cases represent not only novel legal issues on the cutting edge of post-Janus litigation, but disturbing facts that should give every freedom-loving Californian pause