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Supreme Court Poised to Potentially Strike Down Mandatory Union Dues in the Public Sector

Posted in Courts, Union Membership
The Supreme Court announced on Thursday that it will re-visit the issue of whether public sector employees can be made to pay mandatory fees to a public sector union despite not being a member of the union. As readers of this blog will recall, this question was at the center of a Supreme Court decision… Continue Reading

Mandatory Union Fees Preserved By Supreme Court’s Deadlock

Posted in Courts, Union Membership
Today the Supreme Court issued a decision in the closely watched case of Friedrichs v. California Teachers Association, which keeps mandatory union fees for public employees alive.  In a one-sentence opinion, an equally divided Supreme Court simply affirmed the Ninth Circuit’s decision in favor of charging school teachers mandatory union fees.  The decision doesn’t apply… Continue Reading