Public Employees Win Bigly

The Wall Street Journal’s Best of the Web column today succinctly and clearly summarizes the historical Janus decision:

This is a groundbreaking win for public employees… in New York and other states where they have long been compelled to support inherently political activities as a condition of employment. Roughly 200,000 New York government workers who chose not to join unions immediately stand to save over $110 million a year. Another one million who signed union membership cards, believing they’d have no choice but to pay the union, will have the option to reconsider.

Unfortunately, the article is hidden behind their paywall.

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