Supreme Court adds union fee case to blockbuster docket – CNNPolitics

A week before the Supreme Court is set to begin the new term, justices announced Thursday that they are adding a big public sector union fees case to an already blockbuster docket.

The issue concerns something that deeply divided the court in 2016: whether non-members of public sector unions can be required to pay so-called “fair share” fees germane to collective bargaining.

Source: Supreme Court adds union fee case to blockbuster docket – CNNPolitics

If the court determines that unions cannot force non-union employees to pay a fair-share fee, they should also rule that the laws that mandate unions have to represent non-union employees to be unconstitutional as well. Otherwise, these so-called right to work laws force unions to work for non-union employees without recompensation.

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