Is the Supreme Court preparing to gut workers' rights?
FEB 07
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A union went on strike. Its company sued for damages. Now, with the case having made its way across the country from Washington state to the Supreme Court, power dynamics hang in the balance. But is the court really ready to break with nearly 65 years of precedent and upend federal labor laws? Dr. Susan Liebell and Dr. Laura Bucci, Professor and Assistant Professor of Political Science at Saint Joseph's University, respectively, think not only is it likely, but will probably happen. And that would be bad news for the rights of individual workers and their ability to unionize and participate in collective action.

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