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Hello, and welcome to this week’s Right to Work news update.
With free legal assistance from the National Right to Work Foundation, 14 Ohio public school teachers won a federal class-action settlement against the Ohio Education Association (OEA) and 11 of its regional affiliates for violating their rights.
The settlement stems from a class-action lawsuit the group filed in 2011 after the OEA union unlawfully overcharged the teachers for union “fees” taken from their paychecks. These “fees” included costs supporting the union’s political activism and electioneering.
In addition to overcharging teachers, the OEA union’s regional affiliates were collecting compulsory fees from non-members without providing the independently-audited financial statements required by law.
The $92,000 settlement awards more than 2,800 teachers in Ohio nominal damages and/or rebates for union dues illegally-seized from their paychecks during the 2009-2010 to 2012-2013 school years.
Despite this victory, it is important to remember that the OEA forced nonmembers to unknowingly provide a large part of the money used to defeat public-sector reforms in the Buckeye State in 2011 – reforms that would have allowed teachers to opt out of forced dues payments all together. This case underscores the need for Ohio to pass a Right to Work law protecting all of Ohio’s workers.
We will keep you posted on more cases like this as National Right to Work Foundation attorneys continue to assist workers defending their rights. Thank you for watching today’s update.