Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick’s interim charge on union dues is meant to examine why unions, who largely donate to democrats, […]
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[Updated 5/23.] Big business is very publicly wondering if Texas House Speaker Joe Straus will help them out, or side with […]
Taxpayers have been picking up the tab for processing paycheck deductions to fund a liberal unionâ€™s political activities. Sound rotten? Thatâ€™s why taxpayer hero Leo Berman is asking the Texas Attorney General to review the process.
Although unions oppose reforming dues collection, one association is making the change on their own.
The Supreme Court’s action on dues collection will hopefully kickstart legislative action in Texas.
Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick is strongly supporting Huffman
The AFL–CIO overwhelmingly supports Democrats, but they are gearing up for a legislative fight in Texas next session and will need the support of liberal Republicans to win.
If a union can’t afford to lose Republican State Rep. Byron Cook, can taxpayers really afford to keep him?
In the argument for union dues reform opponents are citing the special relationship given to unions. They operate under less restrictive guidelines than charities do.
Public sector unions negotiate with governments, allowing them to fight for countless tax dollars. Instead of fighting for increased worker benefits, they fight for more power and control.