Patricia Johansen, a 74-year-old home-care worker, brought a claim against the SEIU when she noticed that $76.67 was deducted from her paycheck. Johansen was informed that someone had signed her name on a union card, authorizing union dues to be subtracted from her paycheck. Johansen alleges someone else signed her name, as she never saw or signed a union card. In response, the SEIU investigated Johansen’s claim and refunded all of the dues that were inadvertently deducted from her paycheck. A National Right to Work Legal Defense Foundation group that is currently raising constitutionality arguments against the union in the Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals stated that it believes the controversy is illustrative of a larger issue concerning the SEIU—untrustworthiness with personal care assistants’ personal information.