Surprising good news for labor at the Supreme Court today.
The high court split four-to-four in a case that challenged a rule that required public school teachers to pay union dues even when they are not union members.
That split means a lower court ruling in favor of the union stands.
The case was brought by a group of California teachers and it was expected, when argued back in January before Justice Antonin Scalia died, that the union could lose this fight.
For more on what this all means Professor of Law at Loyola Law School, Allan Ides, joined the show to discuss.
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