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Response to onehandle (Original post)

Tue Dec 11, 2012, 12:54 PM

2. does this mean that unions need not provide representation...

...to non-members? I mean, non-members still benefit from the results of collective bargaining, but in my decidedly union friendly state (CA), non-member fee payers also receive full representation in other ways, e.g. for grievances. In right-to-work-for-less states, are unions still required to provide such services to non-members and non-fee-payers?

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