Making Windows into Litigants’ Souls: The Pernicious Potential of Gilpin v. AFSCME

By W. James Young
April 08, 2004
Since 1968, the National Right to Work Legal Defense Foundation (“Foundation”) has provided free legal aid to the plaintiffs in almost every case litigated about workers’ rights not to subsidize union political and other nonbargaining activities. The best known such case is Communications Workers v. Beck, which involved private-sector employees. For public-sector employees, the most important of these cases is Teachers Local 1 v. Hudson....