U.S. Supreme Court strikes a massive blow against the national labor movement

WILLIAM BLACKIE and SARAH MOORE – There has been a lot of big news out of Washington D.C. the past few days, but by far the biggest event for employers was the U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling on Wednesday, June 27, that the First Amendment prohibits public-sector employers from collecting, and thereafter transmitting to a union, ‘fair share’ fees from its non-union employees. Here’s what public employers need to know about the decision.


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