Union Members Can’t Be Forced to Pay for Political Activities

By Victoria Leca On June 21 the Supreme Court rejected the idea that public sector unions can charge non-members for political activities. It was a 7-2 decision, and the practice was struck down on First Amendment grounds. The majority opinion … Continue reading

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A Supreme Court Precedent Against ObamaCare

When federal and state law conflict, under the Supremacy Clause (Article VI, Clause 2) federal law often takes precedence. But it doesn’t always. Oregon was in the forefront of what could be a very relevant exception. In Gonzales v. Oregon, … Continue reading

Posted by at 12:15 | Posted in Health & Human Services, Health Care Reform | Tagged , , , , | 2,072 Comments

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