Court Won't Hear Union Dues Case me Court said last week it will not hear a case that sought to challenge the ability of United Food and Commercial Workers Union locals to use dues collected from nonmembers for organizing efforts at other companies. Instead, the court let stand a March appellate court ruling, which had supported a previous decision by the National Labor Relations Board. The case was brought by six supermarket workers who objected to having their union dues support UFCW ...

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