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Since Justice Neil Gorsuch replaced Scalia, the nine justices' decision to take the case suggests they could be looking to reverse the earlier precedent yet again.
The court's announcement Thursday morning that it was taking the case is potentially momentous for public-sector unions and their members.
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Download from ALL Filehosts as a premium user at incredibly fast speeds!Such fees are common provision in public-sector union contracts.Janus argues the fee violates his First Amendment rights because he doesn't support the union and doesn't wish to subsidize its activities. An internal survey the union did in 2015 found only one-third of its members would voluntarily pay dues no matter what and half of its membership couldn't be counted upon to do that."With the Supreme Court agreeing to hear the Janus case, we are now one step closer to freeing over 5 million public sector teachers, police officers, firefighters, and other employees from the injustice of being forced to subsidize a union as a condition of working for their own government," said Mark Mix, president of the National Right to Work Legal Defense Foundation, which is defending the plaintiff in the case.The case specifically asks whether Mark Janus, an Illinois state employee, can be forced to pay a so-called "security fee" to the union as a condition of employment.
Overturning Abood would effectively give all public-sector union workers rights similar to those of private-sector workers in right to work states, which prohibit security clause in union-management contracts.