photo Christi Ransom, Washington Post
The National Right to Work Committee has been very active in the national movement to bring Paycheck Protection to American workers. One case the entire nation is following is Friedrichs v. California Teachers Association, a case which could essentially place Right to Work/Paycheck Protection as protected by the U.S. Constitution for every state everywhere, including states like Delaware which currently do not guarantee a worker’s right to not pay union dues and not receive union benefits.
The video below is from YouTube and discusses the case, as well as the implications depending on how the Court could rule.
here’s the link to their blogpost in full in full:
Which way will the court rule? What would happen if all of Paycheck Protection became national law?