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December 6, 2018

MARK PULLIAM: After Janus, what’s next? “By recognizing the inherently-political nature of public-sector unions—which exist to influence government spending decisions, in addition to lobbying, political advocacy, and electing candidates sympathetic to their interests—the Court in Janus opened the door to First Amendment challenges to other common practices, such as taxpayer subsidies to public-employee unions in the form of ‘release time’ provisions.”