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Medicaid Officials Target Home Health Aides’ Union Dues

Home care workers march in Los Angeles in April 2015 calling for a minimum wage hike. (Luis Sinco/Los Angeles Times via Getty Images) Medicaid home care aides — hourly workers who help the elderly and ... read more

Labor Watchdogs Back Trump’s Dues Skimming Crackdown

The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services issued ... as unions to automatically deduct fees and dues from Medicaid reimbursements. Those reimbursements are generally intended to pay full-time home ... read more

Supreme Court: Public union can’t make nonmembers pay fees

Union officials ... Mazur said home health aides typically earn $8.50 per hour, although the state pays the middleman agencies more than $15 per hour. Unlike in Illinois, public employee union contrac... read more

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NY unions fare better in budget fights

While unions have been target ... union officials and experts said. While losing major battles on school aid and a tax on the wealthy, unions were not forced to fight for their basic right to bargain ... read more

Video: Discussing Michigan's SEIU Gravy Train

The MQCCC was created in 2005 through an interlocal agreement between the Michigan Department of Community Health ... dues from Medicaid subsidies paid to the home care providers. The council effectiv... read more

SCOTUS Places New Limits On Public Employee Unions

A group of workers led by Pamela Harris — a home health aide who cares for her ... And they say the union is not merely seeking higher wages, but making a political push for expansion of Medicaid paym... read more

U.S. Supreme Court Rules In Favor Of Illinois Health Care Worker

He said the high court’s ruling will lead to separate challenges of labor union dues collections from full-time employees. Kersey said the issue is a matter of freedom of association. Officials ... Pa... read more

Administration Optimistic It Can Sidestep Judge’s Ruling On Kentucky Medicaid Work Requirements

Now, Trump administration officials ... Medicaid program, he said. (Pear, 8/11) Medicaid home care aides — hourly workers who help the elderly and disabled with daily tasks like eating, getting dresse... read more

Right to Work Initiatives: Rallying Cry for Unions or Contributor to Decline?

officials to require the providers, who receive state Medicaid subsidies to give home care to disabled persons, to pay union dues or fees. In a 5-to-4 decision, SCOTUS held that the forced-dues requir... read more

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Nevertheless, Bill Clinton vetoed Republican bills to provide these incentives, including expanded and more generous IRAs - and new spousal IRAs - which could be used for health care, education, and h... read more

Labor’s Piggy Bank

"There's a lot of collusion going on between state officials and unions." Before Harris, Nelsen said a common coercion tactic used by Medicaid caregivers ... forth plans to end union dues deductions. ... read more

Court: Public union can’t make nonmembers pay fees

It could lead to an exodus of members who will have little incentive to pay dues ... union had to pay proportional "fair share" fees to cover collective bargaining and other administration costs. A gr... read more

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