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My View: Attacks on Labor Unions Undermine the Middle Class

Record Online

Gareth Rhodes

On Feb. 26, the Supreme Court heard oral arguments for Janus v. AFSCME. The ruling in Janus could affect nearly five million union workers and has the potential to be one of the most profoundly anti-union judicial decisions in the past half-century. For more than 100 years, union labor has...

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Janus and fair share fees: The organizations financing the attack on unions’ ability to represent workers

Economic Policy Institute

Celine McNicholas, Zane Mokhiber, and Marni von Wilpert

Over the last decade, a number of cases attacking the rights of public-sector union members have been quietly working their way through the courts and, finally, up to the U.S. Supreme Court. The most recent of these challenges is Janus v. AFSCME Council 31, which the U.S. Supreme Court will hear...

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The pension divestment ripoff

NY Daily News

James R. Copland

Public employee unions wield considerable power in New York politics, but "progressive" politicians continue to show their willingness to sell out government workers — and city citizens and taxpayers — to signal their fealty to the left's litmus-test issues du jour. Such...

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