Did you know that currently, local schools use taxpayer money to help collect dues for teacher unions, and a portion of those funds are sent to national organizations to advance their radical political agendas
It’s time for Tennessee to change its laws to ensure taxpayer funds are not being used to help collect money for political organizations. A bill in the Tennessee General Assembly does just this by simply saying school districts cannot collect dues on behalf of the union or any other organization that engages in political activity. If a teacher wants to join the union, they can still do so voluntarily—just like any other organization—without the help of taxpayer dollars.
Email your lawmakers to show your support for protecting taxpayer money from supporting unions’ radical national agenda!