(Central Square) – The four largest U.S. public unions lost hundreds of thousands of members after a 2018 Supreme Court case ruled that public employees could not be forced to pay union dues to keep their jobs, a new the report shows that.

The Commonwealth Fund released a report that found the four largest public unions — AFT, AFSCME, NEA and SEIU — lost nearly 219,000 members after the Janus v. AFSCME decision.

https://www.indianagazette.com/news/national/major-government-unions-lose-over-200k-members/article_13090fa8-385e-56cc-bb4f-15ce7aff1c39.html

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