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0 comments | January 11, 2007 | 12:06 PM | posted by Mike Reitz

Day in Court for WEA, EFF, and the AG
by Richard Davis
Although the Washington Education Association sees it differently, the Times conclusion is compelling. If the union wants to ask nonmembers to donate to a cause, it should be free to do so — but it should not complain that having to ask ...

The Seattle Times Editorial Board Slams Hassaddam
by SVC Alumnus Blogger
Shock n' awe on the Washington Education Association and "President" Charles ... In the Washington Education Association case argued Wednesday at the US Supreme Court, ...

Analysis of this week's cases
by Ross Runkel
SCOTUSblog's post-argument recap. 01/10/2007 Davenport v. Washington Education Association Fair share union fees [Details] [Blog] SCOTUSblog's pre-argument commentary ...

The WEA Case
by Timothy Sandefur
Dahlia Lithwick has an article on the Washington Education Association union fees case. ... There are about 80000 teachers represented by the Washington Education Association—the big teachers union whose case is before the court today, ...

Linkfest: Assorted Updates
by Kip
Washington Education Association suggests that the Court will lopsidedly (and correctly) rule that Washington State's law forbidding labor unions to charge nonmembers for politicking fees, unless those members "opt in" to such a scheme, ...

Supreme Court Hears Case on Union Dues
by Mike Hall, AFL-CIO Blog
The US Supreme Court yesterday heard oral arguments in a case involving the Washington Education Association (WEA)...

Your union dues hard at work.
by TheChurchMilitant
Under the current system in Washington, teachers who are not members of the Washington Education Association are still required to pay dues to the union to help pay for the union's activities that benefit non-members, such as collective ...

What the Washington Education Association is fighting for
by Ryan Boots I think everybody is pretty well aware of what was debated in the Washington paycheck protection case at SCOTUS yesterday...

Supreme Court Hears Foundation Case
by James Young
Washington Education Association, a case being handled by one of my Foundation colleagues.

US SUPREME COURT HEARS ARGUMENT IN WASHINGTON STATE UNION ...
by Labor Lawyers for Management
Washington Education Association. At issue is a Washington state law restricting a union from using a non-member employee's fees for political activities without a specific opt-in by the employee.

At the Supreme Court: The End of the Unions' Gravy Train?
Washington Education Association (WEA) and Washington v. WEA, consolidated cases dealing with the validity of Washington's "paycheck protection" law. In 1992, Washington voters passed a law that requires unions...

Alito challenges unions on spending non members money on campaigns
Washington Education Association, No. 05-1657, for a single argument. The Bush administration entered the case on the state’s side. Solicitor General Paul D. Clement said the Washington Supreme Court had “rigidly constitutionalized...

Supreme Court Hears Challenge to Union's Method of Collecting ...
11 Jan 2007 Washington Education Association is the manner by which the Washington Education Association, an NEA affiliate, collects so-called “agency fees” from …

Union Contribution Case Argued at the US Supreme Court
by E.L. Lipman
Washington Education Association and Washington v. Washington Education Association. The cases probe the constitutionality of a Washington state law that requires labor unions to segregate (and upon request, return) those portions of ...

Laboring against free speech
The US Supreme Court today is scheduled to hear oral arguments in Davenport v. Washington Education Association, a case with important implications for employee rights.

Analysis of Oral Transcript in Davenport Supreme Court Union Fees Case
Washington Education Association and Washington v. Washington Education Association. At stake, whether the State of Washington can prohibit unions from using nonmembers' dues for ...

Supreme Court hears arguments on union fees, public school funding
10 Jan 2007 by Jaime Jansen [JURIST] The US Supreme Court [official website; JURIST news archive] heard oral arguments [transcript, PDF] Wednesday in the consolidated cases Davenport v. Washington Education Association ...

Supreme Court Hears Oral Arguments in Union Fee Case
by Jordan Lorence
In Washington, state law allows unions, such as the Washington Education Association (the union for public school teachers), to extract a fee from nonmembers -- teachers who benefit...

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