From the Morning Memo:

A digital ad campaign from a trio of public-sector labor groups will launch Monday pushing back against an effort to persuade members to leave their union.

The ad is backed by three of the largest umbrella labor groups in the state: the AFL-CIO, New York State United Teachers and the Public Employees Federation.

The ad is part of a post-Janus vs. AFSCME campaign after a Supreme Court ruling curtailed the ability of public sector labor to collect dues. The ruling prevents public unions from collecting fees from non-unionized workers, driving concerns some union members could simply leave or not join labor organization, but still reap the benefits of collective bargaining.

The ads, part of a $150,000 campaign, will appear on social media and digital video platforms, including YouTube and Hulu.

Previously, labor groups touted the benefits of union membership through billboards and bus advertisements in Albany, Syracuse, Rochester and Buffalo at the end of last year.

New York has the most unionized private and public workforce in the country.