In Colorado, teachers are not required to join a union to do their job. But of those that do, there is a state law whereby they can get a refund of the part of their dues that goes to political activism if that teacher is against the union’s use of the money for political ends.
So, teachers in Colorado that oppose the causes and candidates the unions spend dues money on can get a refund of that portion of their dues. But these teachers only have until December 15th to apply for that refund.
The Independence Institute has created this two minute video to explain how Colorado’s teachers can apply for this refund.