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State workers looking to recover ‘fair share’ fees must overcome new California law

People participated in a rally at the Supreme Court in Washington on Jan. 11, 2016, as the court heard arguments in the Friedrichs v. California Teachers Association case. The lawsuit challenged the practice of unions collecting so-called fair-share fees from public employees who do not want to participate in organized labor.
Unions are putting thousands into a CalPERS election. Will workers actually vote?
California’s new tax court dogged by backlog, bias claims
CalPERS CEO with no college degree: ‘Integrity’ or ‘sad, sad circus?’

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