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No, Alaska is not a "right to work" state, meaning it is legal for employers and unions to agree that all the workforce is to be in the union and the union is the exclusive agent for those employees. The employee however has "Beck" rights, which means that the employee can refuse to pay a portion of dues to the union for which the union contribute to political causes. To do this you must file a beck objection with your union every year.
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