On June 27, 2018, the Supreme Court ruled on the Janus v. AFSCME case, overturning precedent and protecting the First Amendment rights of government workers across the country. Click the links below for more information on this landmark ruling.
Looking to save money by opting out of your government union? Not sure what that entails? These resources can answer your questions, facilitate the process, and even provide legal aid.
The Janus decision means that government workers no longer have to pay money to unions as a condition of employment. Janus is a landmark case, but why? Watch this brief video to find out.
The reactions to the Janus ruling from one year ago are as relevant today as they were then. Here is what stakeholders were saying after the Supreme Court decided on the case.
Before the Janus v. AFSCME decision, 22 states (shown in yellow) forced government employees to pay union dues as a condition of employment. Since the decision, many have decided to opt-out. Click the link above to learn more before and after facts about Janus.
One year ago this coming Thursday, June 27, the Supreme Court of the United States decided the case of Mark Janus v. the American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees (AFSCME). But one year after the 2018 decision, there is still much confusion regarding the case itself and its implications.