California public employee unions are bracing for a U.S. Supreme Court decision that could limit their ability to collect fees from workers who decline to join. Emily Zentner The Sacramento Bee
California public employee unions are bracing for a U.S. Supreme Court decision that could limit their ability to collect fees from workers who decline to join. Emily Zentner The Sacramento Bee

Trump administration: Union fees trample First Amendment

December 19, 2017 12:03 PM

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