Wednesday, May 1, 2013

California Teachers Sue NEA, CTA Over Mandatory Dues

Bloomberg News (5/1, Pettersson) reports, "A group of 10 California public school teachers who resigned their union membership" are suing over a mandatory union fee law, noting that they "filed a complaint today in federal court" seeking "a ruling that California's 'agency shop' law...violates their constitutional rights." The lawsuit names the California Teachers Association, the National Education Association, and local unions as defendants.

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