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The US Supreme Court was wrong to stop unions collecting dues from non-union members
The US Supreme Court was wrong to stop unions collecting dues from non-union members.
Unions cannot be allowed to hold individuals hostage; this is another way of delineating the true sway unions can have over their members or not.
Thousands of union contracts will have to be renegotiated and unions will lose funding.
Only benefits the 1%
Not all employees may feel represented by a particular union. Collective bargaining must be voluntary.
They made the right decision because it's not fair to collect money from non-members.
Appointments to the US Supreme Court should be for fixed 18-year terms
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