The Supreme Court's Next Big Union Fight: 6 Key Questions

, The National Law Journal

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Anti-union groups are making another major push in the U.S. Supreme Court to eliminate mandatory union dues, so-called "fair share" fees, for millions of public sector workers. This time, a full bench—if it takes the case—could end the deadlock that frustrated their efforts last year. Here are six key questions.

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  • F. Hayek

    Political activities are excluded? How can you tell, ladies. Monies are fungible. And besides, where else are public unions getting the many millions of dollars they expend on politics every election cycle if it‘s not from so-called fair-share fees? In any case, the unions don‘t stand a chance with Justice Gorsuch in the house. Game over, comrades.

  • Bill Davies

    "...endanger labor peace." ? Does this sound like a threat to you? Complaining about "Wage stagnation" when your stagnated government wage is higher than the comparable free enterprise wage is enlightening.

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