Document Type

Article

Abstract

When the Supreme Court decided Janus v. American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees (AFSCME) in 2018, the decision not only made it unconstitutional for public sector unions to require “fair share fees” for negotiating contracts and defending workers, it also set off a litigation landslide. Literally hundreds of cases have waded through the courts urging various theoretical extensions of Janus that—boiled down—seek to starve unions and their members of even more funding

Publication Date

6-1-2021

Department

College of Law

Language

eng

Publisher

American Constitution Society, Washington, D.C.

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Law Commons

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