State employee union gets court to block Dunleavy on union dues collection

click on the photo to read the full story

An Anchorage Superior Court judge has granted the Alaska State Employees Association a temporary restraining order to prevent the Dunleavy Administration from its decision to stop collecting union dues on behalf of ASEA.

Judge Gregory Miller ordered that that the State must continue to collect dues for the union while the main case works its way through court.

On August 27, Attorney General Kevin Clarkson announced that union members must be afforded the right to affirmatively opt in to paying union dues, rather than the opt-out option that the Walker Administration set up after the historic Janus decision by the U.S. Supreme Court in 2018.

title

Content Goes Here