NJ Gov., Teachers Union Tells Judges To Ignore Dues Appeal

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By Bill Wichert (September 28, 2021, 10:04 p.m. EDT) – New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy and the New Jersey Education Association have said the United States Supreme Court should dismiss the challenge by former union members of a Third Circuit ruling that the high court Janus’ ruling did not rescind their commitments to pay dues for a set period of time under their membership agreements.

Urging judges to dismiss a writ of certiorari request from teachers Susan Fischer and Jeanette Speck, Murphy and the NJEA said on Monday that a circuit panel was right in an unprecedented Jan. 15 notice in concluding that the Janus v 2018 of the High Court Opinion of the AFSCME …

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