Justices agree to hear dispute over union fees

Posted on AllSides June 30th, 2015
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The Supreme Court said Tuesday that it will consider next term whether the rights of government workers are violated when they are compelled to pay fees to unions they do not want to join.

The justices will consider a case from a group of California teachers who say paying fees violates their free speech rights when they disagree with the positions the unions take.

The Supreme Court nearly 40 years ago said that states may allow unions to collect fees from non-members to pay for collective bargaining costs, but not...

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