supreme court unions
A ruling is due by the end of June.
Last year, the court declined to extend the Abood precedent to Illinois home-health workers. The 5-4 ruling stated that state
Through much of the U.S. Supreme Court's term, the nine justices found common if narrow ground to bridge their differences
Just when we thought the rights of women, workers and minorities faced enough setbacks, it appears the nation's highest court has done it once again. The Supreme Court's majority has very clearly shown where its interests are -- and they are not with the people.
In Harris v. Quinn, the court ruled that certain government-funded employees -- in this case, home care workers paid through
Such workers, the court ruled, cannot be compelled to pay "agency fees." Because unions have to represent all the employees
Today, he said, popular add-ons include allowing the union to access the workplace, providing it with contact information
With Justice Samuel Alito writing the opinion, the court concluded that a longstanding precedent -- that the First Amendment