A federal judge in Sacramento on Wednesday rejected a right-to-work lawsuit that challenged the way SEIU Local 1000 collects dues for political campaigns from workers who are not full members of the union.
A federal judge in Sacramento on Wednesday rejected a right-to-work lawsuit that challenged the way SEIU Local 1000 collects dues for political campaigns from workers who are not full members of the union. Manny Crisostomo Sacramento Bee file, 2014
A federal judge in Sacramento on Wednesday rejected a right-to-work lawsuit that challenged the way SEIU Local 1000 collects dues for political campaigns from workers who are not full members of the union. Manny Crisostomo Sacramento Bee file, 2014

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In fast ruling, judge upholds SEIU Local 1000 dues collection

February 08, 2017 03:33 PM

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