Wilcox in Detroit News

SCOTUS decision's Michigan roots

Senior Attorney Derk Wilcox explains in The Detroit News how the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision in Harris v. Quinn Monday has its roots in a legal battle the Mackinac Center Legal Foundation first drew attention to in 2011.

The Court’s ruling brings an end nationwide to the type of stealth unionization and dues skim that in Michigan took $34 million away from our state’s most vulnerable residents before it ended.

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