Supreme Court Strikes Down Agency Fee Provisions

In Janus v. AFSCME, Council 31, the Supreme Court, split 5-4, held that a public-sector employee may not be required, over his or her objection, to financially support a union, even if that union has been designated as the employee's exclusive representative for purposes of collective bargaining.
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In Janus v. AFSCME, Council 31, the Supreme Court, split 5-4, held that a public-sector employee may not be required, over his or her objection, to financially support a union, even if that union has been designated as the employee's exclusive representative for purposes of collective bargaining.

Pete Lareau, has been engaged in the field of labor law for 50-plus years and is the author of National Labor Relations Act: Law and Practice and numerous other works in the field.

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