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Deep Dive: union membership one year after Janus
With the one year anniversary of the Supreme Court ruling in Janus, Ballotpedia is taking a deep dive into how the case has impacted unions across the United States. Janus v. AFSCME overturned the 1977 Abood precedent that allowed unions to require non-member employees to pay fees covering non-political union activities.

Join Ballotpedia for an exclusive look at how state legislatures have responded and how unions have been impacted. During this conversation, we'll cover the following:
- A brief discussion of Janus
- How states have responded to Janus, including noteworthy legislation
- How union membership was impacted by the ruling
- A discussion of the complexities involved in determining the state-specific impacts of Janus

Register today for this free, 30-minute webinar and you'll leave with a solid understanding of how Janus has impacted unions across the country and how states have responded to the ruling.

Jun 26, 2019 11:00 AM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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Dave Beaudoin
News Editor @Ballotpedia
Dave Beaudoin is the News Editor for Ballotpedia. Dave joined the staff in 2017. Beaudoin is also the founder and writer of the blog, Local and Special Elections, which analyzes local, special, and runoff elections nationwide. He holds a B.S. in accounting from the University of Delaware and an M.B.A. in finance from Temple University.
Jerrick Adams
Staff Writer @Ballotpedia
Jerrick Adams is a Staff Writer for Ballotpedia. Jerrick joined the staff in 2013. Jerrick is Ballotpedia's expert in ballot access and election policy matters. Jerrick has led several public webinars hosted by Ballotpedia, and has appeared on radio programs, including KONA Radio. He has been a guest on a panel at The Illinois Campaign for Political Reform and featured in articles on election policy.