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"Fair Share" Fees and the Pending Decision by the U.S. Supreme Court
Posted On: Mar 22, 2018

Source: Micheal B. Filler, Director Public Services Division

International Brotherhood of Teamsters

Janus v. Afscme is a public sector case challenging the legality of requiring public employee non-members (in non-Right to Work states) to pay "fair share" fees for workplace representation. On February 26, 2018, the United States Supreme Court heard arguments by attorneys supporting the forty-year precedent permitting such payments, as well as those funded by corporations and wealthy Americans seeking to change the status quo.

A decision is due to be issued no later than June of this year. If the Court overturns existing law, it will have signigicant impact on state and public employees.

Please use the following link to view a new three minute video to understand the impact.

Teamsters Local 639
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