Tag Archives: Union Dues

Are Unions Facing the Eve of Destruction? Supreme Court Outlaws Agency Fees in the Public Sector

Since dues are the lifeblood of all labor unions, it wouldn’t be surprising to find the leadership of the American labor movement singing a refrain from a 1960’s protest song: “my friend . . . we’re on the eve of destruction.” As was widely expected, on Wednesday, June 27, 2018, the U.S. Supreme Court issued … Continue reading this entry

From The Jaws Of Defeat, Public Unions Snatch Lucky Victory

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For many years, unions representing public employees in a variety of states have continued to require employees to pay union dues even if they have an objection to certain political, lobbying, or other activities the unions engage in. However, the permissibility of such requirements looked likely to disappear via a Supreme Court ruling this term. … Continue reading this entry