Governor still mum on worker freedom

It has been nearly two months since the U.S. Supreme Court issued its ruling in the Janus case, declaring that it is unconstitutional to force public workers to pay union fees. But a lack of communication has many wondering whether Governor Inslee and his administration are dragging their feet on implementing the ruling here in Washington, or if they are instead actively working to circumvent it.

Since the ruling in late June, the governor has received four letters from Washington Senate Republican Leader Mark Schoesler asking for assurances that state employees are no longer forced to pay union fees, but there has been no written response from the governor.

In the meantime, there are some other troubling signs.

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