Justices Turn Away Ironworkers’ Strike Limit Challenge
On May 24, the Supreme Court declined to review a petition by an Ironworker local which asserted that a federal labor law provision bars protesting unions from inviting neutral workers to join violates the First Amendment.
The case was heard by a Ninth Circuit court and decided to uphold a National Labor Relations Board ruling where nonworkers were not permited to join a protest.
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