Tag: Unions

New York has the nation’s most heavily unionized public sector, with 1.2 million of 1.4 million government employees in unions, according to the Empire Center. The think tank estimates that all the New York public-sector workers opting out of union membership could cost unions $110 million in revenue. All told, New York’s public-sector unions collect at least $862 million annually in dues and fees, according to the Empire Center. Read More

Ken Girardin, policy analyst for the fiscally conservative Empire Center for Public Policy, said New York's public sector unions collect an estimated $860 million in dues and fees from members each year. Of that, about $112 million pay "agency fees," or the payments in lieu of dues from non-members that the ruling now says are no longer mandatory. Read More

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