When union fees go up, must a “Hudson notice” go out?
January 05, 2012 by Ross Runkel at LawMemo
I've written an article for SCOTUSblog on Knox v. Service Employees International Union (SEIU) [here].
The US Supreme Court will hear oral arguments on January 10 on the following two questions:
(1) Whether a state, consistent with the First and Fourteenth Amendments, may condition employment on the payment of a special union assessment intended solely for political and ideological expenditures without first providing a Hudson notice that includes information about that assessment and provides an opportunity to object to its exaction;
(2) Whether a state, consistent with the First and Fourteenth Amendments, may condition continued public employment on the payment of union agency fees for purposes of financing political expenditures for ballot measures.
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