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January 11, 2016 12:02 PM

Supreme Court seems poised to reject mandatory union fees for teachers

So-called agency fees are charged to non-members to support collective bargaining

Challengers of practice argue that even collective bargaining is a political activity

Justice Kennedy, usually the swing vote, was vehement in questioning the fees

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