explain how the Court’s decision will impact the business or industry involved in the case.
In Janus v. American Federation, the Court will again tackle the issue of compelled financial support for public unions, and if public employees can be forced to pay dues to unions they don’t belong to as an effort to offset contract-negotiation costs. In 1977, the Court said unions could charge such fees, but recent doubts have emerged from some Justices that the practice can continue.
A divided Supreme Court said that public-sector employees who don’t belong to unions can’t be forced to pay union contract-negotiating fees. Justice Samuel Alito said that “states and public-sector unions may no longer extract agency fees from nonconsenting employees. The First Amendment is violated when money is taken from nonconsenting employees for a public-sector union; employees must choose to support the union before anything is taken from them."
Link to full decision: https://www.supremecourt.gov/opinions/17pdf/16-1466_2b3j.pdf
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