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07/16/2018 | Forced Arbitration: A Corporate Attack on Our Justice System
Published By:The New York Times

Labor Unions Will Be Smaller After Supreme Court Decision, but Maybe Not Weaker

With the Supreme Court striking down laws that require government workers to pay union fees, one thing is clear: Most public-sector unions in more than 20 states with such laws are going to get smaller and poorer in the coming years.

With the Supreme Court striking down laws that require government workers to pay union fees, one thing is clear: Most public-sector unions in more than 20 states with such laws are going to get smaller and poorer in the coming years. Though it is difficult to predict with precision, experts and union officials say they could lose 10 percent to one-third of their members, or more, in the states affected, as conservative groups seek to persuade workers to drop out. Read the full article here.