H/T Mount Virtus
Non-union employees of some public school districts in Colorado are required to opt out of paying dues each year during a very short window of time. What happens when something urgent causes a worker to miss submitting their paperwork on time?
That's right, they pay their dues. They don't care about your husband's Parkinsons disease, or your son's medical disabilities. They only care about your money. You should be thanking them that they let you opt out in the first place.
Independent Teachers of Colorado helps teachers and other public school employees know their options. What these unions are doing is perfectly legal. That needs to change, and it will only change if we elect Republicans to the state Senate and House.