Union membership plummets when auto dues stop.


“70 percent”
— Decrease in membership in the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees chapter that represents Wisconsin state workers since the state stopped automatically collecting dues from worker paychecks last spring, according to the Wall Street Journal. Statewide, the union’s overall membership dropped from 62,818 to 28,745.

One thought on “Union membership plummets when auto dues stop.

  1. Not the State’s job to collect for anything other than taxes. This shows that either the people don’t want to be in the union or just can’t be bothered to send in a check. Either way, anything that helps get rid of these blood sucking unions is good for business and good for everyone!

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