• Non-union members no longer have to pay for representation
  • Mark Janus argued that ‘fair share’ fees violated his free speech

The supreme court dealt a huge blow to organized labor on Wednesday, ruling that non-union members no longer have to pay their “fair share” for union representation in collective bargaining negotiations.

The closely watched case – Janus v AFSCME – could permanently weaken public unions, according to some experts, and will impact public sector employees in 22 states.

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