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0 comments | June 19, 2007 | 4:34 PM | posted by Ryan

The Pacific Justice Institute (PJI) was profiled in a OneNewsNow.com article highlighting the Davenport victory.


You can listen to the report HERE.


"The head of the Pacific Justice Institute is hailing a Supreme Court ruling he says will protect the free-speech rights of teachers who have moral or religious objections to their union's political agenda."
PJI joined more than 30 other organizations by filing an amicus brief in support of Washington state teachers whose First Amendment rights had been trampled on by their union, the Washington Education Association.


In the article, PJI says it "could not agree more with the court's ruling in Davenport v. Washington Education Association." PJI President Brad Dacus also calls the court's ruling "a watershed decision" that will inspire other states to adopt similar paycheck protection bills."







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