Teachers’ union officials refused to fairly represent John Grande because he was not a dues-paying member. But the Fairness Center filed charges against the union to defend John’s right to fair representation.
Connecticut’s labor board handed John a victory, finding the teachers’ union’s defense “wholly frivolous” and saying the union had discriminated against John. The ruling set a precedent in state law that strengthened all Connecticut public employees’ rights.
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