Three Major Supreme Court Cases To Watch In February
Article from Reason by Damon Root.
1. Janus v. American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees, Council 31
In the 1977 case of Abood v. Detroit Board of Education, the Supreme Court said that state governments may compel government workers to pay union fees as a condition of employment, even when those workers are not union members. The Court did so on the grounds that nonmember “free riders” should not be allowed to benefit from a public-sector union’s collective bargaining activities. Later this month, the Supreme Court will hear oral arguments in a case that asks whether Abood should be overruled.
2. United States v. Microsoft Corporation
The Stored Communications Act (SCA) of 1986 contains several provisions designed to safeguard private communications that are held “in electronic storage.” Among them is a requirement that law enforcement officials may only obtain the contents of such communications “pursuant to a warrant.”
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The article said three cases. Where’s the third?
3. Minnesota Voters Alliance v. Mansky
beats me, no continuation of article
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No amount of schooling can replace talent and intelligence, or checking your work.
THE UNIONS ARE PART OF WHAT MADE THIS COUNTRY GREAT
THOSE WHO DON’T WANT TO PAY DUES FOR THE WORK THE UNION DOES FOR THEM NEED TO LEAVE THE STATE