Public Unions on the Precipice!

On January 11, 2016, in NLRB, by

Unions representing employees in the public section have been dominant in politics since 1977, when the United States Supreme Court decided the case of Abood v. Detroit Board of Education and, in so doing, eliminating public employees’ rights to decide if they wanted to be part of a union or finance its policies and politics. […]

Unions representing employees in the public section have been dominant in politics since 1977, when the United States Supreme Court decided the case of Abood v. Detroit Board of Education and, in so doing, eliminating public employees’ rights to decide if they wanted to be part of a union or finance its policies and politics. The 1977 decision bolstered public-sector unionism. In making it’s decision the court affirmed the constitutionality of a Michigan law requiring public school teachers who are not dues-paying union members to pay “agency” or “fair-share” fees. The practical effect has been the allowance of forced unionism …read more

 

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Public Unions on the Precipice!

On January 11, 2016, in NLRB, by

Unions representing employees in the public section have been dominant in politics since 1977, when the United States Supreme Court decided the case of Abood v. Detroit Board of Education and, in so doing, eliminating public employees’ rights to decide if they wanted to be part of a union or finance its policies and politics. […]

Unions representing employees in the public section have been dominant in politics since 1977, when the United States Supreme Court decided the case of Abood v. Detroit Board of Education and, in so doing, eliminating public employees’ rights to decide if they wanted to be part of a union or finance its policies and politics. The 1977 decision bolstered public-sector unionism. In making it’s decision the court affirmed the constitutionality of a Michigan law requiring public school teachers who are not dues-paying union members to pay “agency” or “fair-share” fees. The practical effect has been the allowance of forced unionism …read more

 

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