Victory for Unions as Supreme Court, Scalia Gone, Ties 4-4

New York Times discusses the Supreme Court deadlock over the Friedrichs case with Trey Kovacs. 

“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, an analyst with the Competitive Enterprise Institute, a libertarian group. “Now it is up to state legislatures to provide public employees with the freedom to choose whether or not to pay for union representation.”

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