Less Than A Quarter Of Registered Voters Will Likely Decide Races In Today’s Election

According To The Secretary Of State’s Website, Just 11% Of Registered Tennessee Voters Have Voted Early Or Absentee So Far In Today’s Election; 132,720 Fewer Voters Than This Time Two Years Ago. Out Of The 4,210,456 Registered Voters In The State Only 477,873 Have Already Voted.

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Court Rules Unions Can’t Force Non-Member Workers To Fund Lobbying

First Circuit Court Of Appeals Handed Victory To A Longtime Non-Union Nurse Who Objected To Being Forced To Pay For Union Lobbying Expenses.

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Court of Appeals Hears Arguments In Lawsuit Opposing Forced Union Dues

Despite Being A Right-To-Work State, In Texas, Non-IAM Members Are Being Required To Pay Union Fees. Class Action Lawsuit Aims To Strike Down Requirement For All Employees, Which In Turn, Would Require Unions To Acquire Consent From Non-Union Workers To Pay For Union’s Lobbying And Political Activities.

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