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0 comments | January 10, 2007 | 7:25 PM | posted by Mike Reitz

The issues in today's cases are covered in a number of news accounts today.



The Wall Street Journal wrote in today's Labor's Money Grab: "Washington state's law [requires] workers to actually opt into political activities, not merely opt out of them. And that's the way it should be if workers' rights are to be protected. The High Court has an opportunity to clarify these matters -- and in the process stop Big Labor from continuing to trample the rights of employees averse to funding a union's political agenda."


National Public Radio covers the cases in its segment titled Supreme Court Considers Union Spending.


Fox News' Brit Hume featured class action representative Gary Davenport and teachers rallying at the Supreme Court.


The story was also covered in the New York Times, Washington Post, USA Today, Slate, and many other publications and blog posts.

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