Dave Low, executive director of the California School Employees Association, accompanied by other representatives of various public employee unions at a 2012 meeting. Low is concerned about the impact of a pending U.S. Supreme Court ruling on “fair-share fees.”
Dave Low, executive director of the California School Employees Association, accompanied by other representatives of various public employee unions at a 2012 meeting. Low is concerned about the impact of a pending U.S. Supreme Court ruling on “fair-share fees.” Rich Pedroncelli AP
Dave Low, executive director of the California School Employees Association, accompanied by other representatives of various public employee unions at a 2012 meeting. Low is concerned about the impact of a pending U.S. Supreme Court ruling on “fair-share fees.” Rich Pedroncelli AP

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California labor unions react to Supreme Court dues debate

January 11, 2016 04:03 PM

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