The U.S. Supreme Court will consider a case this year designed to further rig the rules against working people.
Janus v. AFSCME is an attempt to prevent unions like PSEA from charging fees for the services unions provide. The case is the latest push by well-heeled, anti-public employee forces to attack organized labor. A ruling for the plaintiffs would conflict with the court's long-established deference to state decisions about their public workforces.
The justices will hear oral arguments on Feb. 26, and a decision is expected by June.