The legal arm of the National Right to Work Committee (NRWC) filed a couple of class action lawsuits in Ohio earlier this week. One of the cases seeks refunds of “fair share fees” taken by local affiliates of the American Federation of State County and Municipal Employees Union (AFSCME), while the other seeks to strike down an AFSCME policy allowing only a 15 day window for employees to resign their union membership. Fair share fees were ruled illegal in the Janus decision rendered by the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) earlier this year. These latest filings follow other successful litigation initiated by the NRWC against AFSCME in both Minnesota and Oregon.