Spalding Writes on Worker Freedom at Townhall

Union members need to be aware of opt-out 'windows'

Audrey Spalding, director of education policy, writes at Townhall today about the roadblocks unions put in front of members who try to exercise their worker freedom rights, including arbitrary “windows” during which the unions say is the only time members can resign.

The commentary highlights www.Augustoptout.org, which the Center created to inform Michigan Education Association members about their rights, and the Center’s participation in National Employee Freedom Week, which runs through Aug. 16.

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Spalding also discussed the issue on "The Tony Conley Show" on WILS AM-1320 in Lansing.


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