Supreme Court ruling signals end to conservative hopes for labor reform
The Washington Examiner discusses the Supreme Court's deadlock over the Friedrichs case with Iain Murray.
"The death of Justice Scalia has proved a disaster for public-sector workers who have their paychecks raided by unions," said Iain Murray, vice president for strategy at the free-market Competitive Enterprise Institute. "With the court gridlocked, government unions will continue to take dues from non-members, whether they like it or not. Four justices have voted against the free speech rights of workers to prop up labor union power."
Read the full article at the Washington Examiner.