Washington Post Cites Eugene Volokh on Compelled Speech Brought by Labor Unions

The Washington Post cited Professor Eugene Volokh in a discussion of Janus v. AFSCME, a case before the Supreme Court that centers on “compelled speech” whereby labor unions receive agency fees from nonmembers for collective bargaining and other non-political activities.  “There is no principled way to draw a line between these cases and the many instances where the government compels individuals to purchase speech, or to purchase services from private actors who are free to spend the compelled subsidies on speech,” Volokh wrote in an amicus brief.

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