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In a landmark decision, a federal judge has ruled that President Trump violated the U.S. Constitution and laws providing checks and balances in the federal government by attempting to deny more than 2 million federal workers their legal right to representation.

On August 24th, Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson of the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia ruled that the Trump administration's May 25 executive order on official time violated the U.S. Constitution and the separation of powers as established in law.

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The Executive Orders (EOs) Cover Three Main Areas:

  • Collective Bargaining - how your union negotiates workplace protocols such as reasonable accommodations for those with disabilities, employee training, overtime, telework, and flexible work schedules. Read the Executive Order 

Each of these executive orders strikes at the core of your representation and rights in the workplace and open you and your colleagues up for unjust termination and retaliation.

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