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State can stop union political deductions

The U.S. Supreme Court has upheld a state law banning local governments from letting workers use payroll deductions to fund their union’s political activities, a decision that could strike at organized labor’s ability to raise funds at local levels.

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The fee charged by a local union to nonmembers may include an amount the local unit pays to the national union for litigation expenses incurred by other local units, as long as the subject of the litigation is one that would be chargeable if it were local. Locke v. Karass, No. 07-772. Jan 21, 2009

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