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 […]
Coalition Letter: Support Self-Employment
Alaska Policy Forum joined over 30 others on a coalition letter to the U.S. Department of Labor, urging it to retain the January 7, 2021 rule on employment status determination under the Fair […]
Coalition Letter: Empower American Workers By Protecting Freedom
Alaska Policy Forum joined nearly 50 groups on a coalition letter in support of the Employee Rights Act (ERA) of 2022. The ERA would require workers to consent for union dues deductions, protect […]
Alaska Ranked 24th Freest State by Libertarian Think Tank
This article was first published in the Alaska Watchman on December 30th, 2021 by Joel Davidson, Editor-In-Chief of the Alaska Watchman. In a new report analyzing fiscal, regulatory and personal freedoms across all […]
Video: Shouldn’t Unions Be Paying Their Own Employees?
Imagine for a second, that every day public employees report to work, collect a paycheck from taxpayers, and don’t perform any government duties. Instead, they spend their time working on private tasks unrelated […]
Press Release: Keep Alaska Working
The Keep Alaska Working campaign aims to preserve the unique economic opportunity currently enjoyed by Alaskan entrepreneurs and workers. (August 17, 2021)—Today, the Job Creators Network (JCN), a leading national small business […]
PRO Act Is Bad For Workers
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 […]
Video: Six Things Government Workers Need to Know
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!