Jun
21
2012

Supreme Court Watch: Second day of three.

Cases announced today at 10 AM EDT. Assuming that Obamacare doesn’t get tossed/upheld/gutted/declared a tax, and assuming that the Court doesn’t decide the Arizona immigration case today, the most interesting one remaining is probably this one:

Knox v. Service Employees International Union

Argued on January 10, 2012

Plain English Issue: Whether a state can require its employees to pay a special union fee that will be spent for political purposes without first giving the employees information about the fee and a chance to object to it.

That Plain English thing that SCOTUSblog does is pretty useful, no? – Certainly AoSHQ thinks so, and I agree.

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