"This morning, the Supreme Court ruled that public sector unions have to get "affirmative consent" from non-members if they want to charge them for things like political spending. This groundbreaking precedent will have a huge impact on the ongoing debate on just how far public sector unions can impinge on the free speech rights of workers. . ."
Adam's piece offers exceptional commentary into the recent decision in Knox v. Service Employees International Union (SEIU), and is worth a read.
You can find the full post here.