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Judging Janus

November 14, 2017Dean Kuipers

Judging Janus: Will California’s Unions Survive?

Co-published by International Business Times

Right-to-work forces see in Janus v. AFSCME a golden opportunity to cripple public-sector unions, while organized labor looks for a silver lining in the event the Supreme Court rules in Mark Janus’ favor.

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