Conservatives vow to ask supreme court to rehear deadlocked union case
The Guardian discusses the Supreme Court's deadlock on the Friedrich's case with Trey Kovacs.
Trey Kovacs, a policy analyst with the Competitive Enterprise Institute, a libertarian group, said states should seek to do what the supreme court refrained from doing and bar any requirements for public-sector workers to pay fair-share fees. “Now it is up to state legislatures to provide public employees with the freedom to choose whether or not to pay for union representation,” Kovacs said.
Read the full article at The Guardian.