In Harris v Quinn the Supreme Court limits unions power to compel contributions to public employee unions but does not forbid it. The decision says that union bargaining fees cannot be imposed on employees that are not full public employees. It is a substantial obstacle to expanding public employee unions, but it does not gut them.
In Harris v Quinn "The Court recognizes a category of "partial public employees" that cannot be required to contribute union bargaining fees."
Here we go folks Hobby Lobby Decision:
"Closely held corporations cannot be required to provide contraception coverage".
SCOTUS holds govt can’t require closely held corps w/ religious objections to provide contraception coverage.
Win for Hobby Lobby with another 5-4 vote