Both proponents and opponents of labor unions have relevant points when it comes to labor unions. These organizations have a number of benefits to offer members but there are also economists who don’t completely agree that it is what the economy needs and in the U.S., unions have become unpopular with the private sector. These types of organizations have advantages and disadvantages that should be taken in consideration by the government and voters alike. The important thing is for any employee to know and understand the policies of a certain labor union before he or she joins one.
The Janus decision was properly decided as a First Amendment issue: public sector employees shouldn’t be compelled to pay dues to a union which in turn uses those funds to advocate for political positions (both related and unrelated to their members’ day-to-day jobs) that they vehemently disagree with.
Even labor-friendly FDR opposed collective bargaining by public sector unions.
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