Janus Will Be Decided Tomorrow
On the last day of the session, the Supreme Court will decide the Janus v. AFSCME Case
The end is near for Janus watch. After the Supreme Court issued a number of rulings today, including one on the Trump Travel Ban, they announced that tomorrow, Wednesday, June 27th, will be the last day of the session.
According to Amy Howe of SCOTUSBlog, after all of the cases, opinions and dissents were read on June 26th, the court announced that the final four cases will be decided tomorrow. The case, which challenges a union’s ability to collect fair share fees, is expected to be decided by a 5-4 decision in favor of Janus. This would up end the normal procedure of unions, essentially bringing Right to Work to the entire public sector. Typically, the court leaves controversial and game-changing decisions until the last few days of the sessions.