Pacific Legal Foundation invites you to join us for a discussion of the labor issues at stake in Cedar Point Nursery v. Hassid, headed to the Supreme Court this March.
Labor policy experts know that unions have historically been granted special privileges in American society. The Right to Work movement has sought to restore the balance in employer-employee relations by allowing employees to opt out of compulsory union membership. And in the aftermath of Janus v. ASCME, we’ve seen unions seek First Amendment exceptions preventing employers from communicating directly with employees about their right to opt out.
This spring, labor relations are headed to the Supreme Court once again with Cedar Point Nursery v. Hassid, a case in which two California-based agricultural businesses are asking to invalidate California’s unlawful union access regulation.
Unions have no special right to invade private property and disrupt commercial operations. Simply put, there’s no union exception to our fundamental rights.
Join us on March 3 for a discussion of the issues at stake in this case, leaving you prepared to connect this case to the larger labor conversation in America.