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Allan Ides

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Law professor at Loyola Law School and former Supreme Court Clerk

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Unions are breathing a sigh of relief in a California case the Supreme Court handed down today. The justices split 4-4 in Friedrichs v. California Teachers Association.

Unions Dodge a Bullet at the Supreme Court

Unions are breathing a sigh of relief in a California case the Supreme Court handed down today. The justices split 4-4 in Friedrichs v. California Teachers Association.

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