Supreme Court’s deadlock on union fees could be the first of many tie votes

The Los Angeles Times quotes Trey Kovacs on the Supreme Court deadlock over the Friedrichs case. 

“With a divided court, thousands of public servants around the nation must still financially assist a government union that they disagree with,” said Trey Kovacs, a labor expert with the Competitive Enterprise Institute. “Now it is up to state legislatures to provide public employees with the freedom to choose whether or not to pay for union representation.”

Read the full article at the Los Angeles Times