A group of public-sector workers asked the Supreme Court to get their money back from former unions, which if successful could help thousands get refunds of their compulsory paycheck deductions.
Two workers from California and two from Oregon, represented by the National Right to Work Legal Defense Foundation and the Freedom Foundation, asked the Supreme Court to hear their four cases as one class action challenge, Just the News reports.
William Hough, a worker at the Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority, filed his complaint against the Service Employees International Union, the Attorney General and governor of California in 2018. William Brice is a professor at California State University Dominguez Hills and filed against the California Faculty Association in 2018.
“For decades, union bosses dipped into the paychecks of many workers who were not union members and used their money to finance activities those workers fiercely opposed,” National Right to Work Legal Defense …
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