Kim Crockett and Doug Seaton explain in the Star Tribune today that the Supreme Court said that public employees could not be forced to fund the union political agenda. That violates their First Amendment rights. But unions, and public employers, are still deducting $181 million in dues from paychecks, and blocking the exits for employees who want to resign.

Supreme Court’s Janus ruling should apply to union members, too – American Experiment

After the decision, the state of Minnesota ordered all public employers to stop deducting “fair-share” fees from nonmember paychecks. But the state was silent about union members who had previously signed a union membership card authorizing the deduction of dues. Did Janus affect union members, …


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