Jul 01, 2015

Supreme Court agrees to hear major right-to-work case | WashingtonExaminer.com

The Supreme Court agreed Tuesday to a hear a case on whether California teachers can be forced to pay union fees, a major challenge to organized labor that could potentially extend right-to-work protections to all public-sector employees. If the plaintiffs win, public employees would no longer be forced back unions, a change that would be a severe financial blow to organized labor, which relies...

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