The National Education Association-Alaska (NEA-Alaska) claims that it “advocates for an excellent public education” and “advances the interests of public school employees.” Yet, its tax records show the vast majority of union dues […]
APF recently joined a coalition of think tanks and worker support groups, led by Americans for Prosperity, in sending the following letter to members of Congress, opposing the PRO Act. Click here to view […]
Are you a public servant? Have you been informed of your First Amendment rights regarding union membership? If not, check out this short explainer video!
A growing number of states are following Alaska’s lead in enforcing the U.S. Supreme Court’s 2018 Janus decision. Michigan is the latest state to do so. Thanks to the Michigan Civil Service Commission, […]
Alaska Policy Forum has been selected as a finalist for the Bob Williams Awards for Outstanding Policy Achievement! The awards have four categories: Most Influential Research, Best Issue Campaign, Biggest Home State Win, […]
On June 27, 2018, the U.S. Supreme Court handed down an historic decision that guarantees and protects the First Amendment rights of government workers across the country. The Janus v. American Federation of State, […]
Another state is now following Alaska’s lead and bringing in a little more freedom to government workers. The attorney general of Indiana issued an advisory opinion on June 17 which stated that the […]
There is good news for government employees in one more state! Where Alaska led the way last fall, it seems that Texas is now following suit. By way of background: thanks to the […]