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  1. Laura S. Malone on October 10, 2018 at 4:14 pm

    I am a former state employee. While working, I was required to pay ‘fair share’, supposedly to pay for benefits ‘won’ for me in the workplace by the union (AFSCME). It is the same amount as union dues.

    What many don’t know is this: Every year you can fill out a form stipulating that you do not want to fund anything but those workplace advantages. You get a refund twice a year of the money withheld from your pay which went to other things, i.e. political and ‘charitable ‘ causes like Planned Parenthood.

    You also get a financial report of where the fair share money went.

  2. Cindy on October 13, 2018 at 1:13 pm

    I am so glad for that Supreme court decision. I worked for 10 years as a state employee and could never opt out as I did not agree with what they did with my money. I did not understand they donated so much to pro abortion candidates and causes which is against my beliefs. I resigned a year ago for other reasons, but was very glad to be not contributing to the union.

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