The Janus Decision Is Wrong, But Teachers Know How to Organize Around It

Peter Greene
“When union supporters say that Janus could be a big blow to unions, my first thought is that my co-workers and I lived without fair share for decades.” (Photo: Takvr)

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  • July 3, 2018 at 10:36 am
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    That is my opinion, too. Going backwards is a disturbing idea, however. The Janus decision will take years to overturn, and if a person (under investigation for criminal acts) is allowed to appoint another Conservative Justice, there will be five on the Bench for three more decades. Also, a woman’s right to choose when she will bear children probably will be denied by a Consertative appointee to the Supreme Court.
    Ireland just fought and won for a woman’s right to choose. Now we (US) are going back to the dark ages of the coat hangers, where women’s health care is already currently restricted in numerous states.

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