George Will takes on union coercion

The US Supreme Court recently ruled against the Washington Education Association’s efforts to levy fees on public employees who choose not to join a union but are represented by the union in collective bargaining. George Will explains that had the Court ruled any other way, it would have allowed labor unions who have been unable to persuade people to join, the option coercing the unpersuaded.
Maybe someday New Mexico will rid itself of its “Little Davis-Bacon” which allows unions to unfairly set prices on construction projects.

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