This month the state will stop deducting so-called agency fees from non-union members' paychecks.

State workers who've chosen not to belong to unions are about to get a bump in their paychecks, according to the New York Comptroller.

This month the state will stop deducting so-called agency fees from non-union members' paychecks.

The NY Comptroller says the move will impact thousands of workers.

The change comes after the U.S Supreme Court decision last week that ruled government employees cannot be forced to contribute to a union they don't belong to.