Supreme Court’s conservatives appear set to strike down union fees on free speech grounds

WASHINGTON — Paying union dues and baking a wedding cake may not seem like classic examples of free speech — except perhaps at the Supreme Court. This year, the high court is poised to announce its most significant expansion of the First Amendment since the Citizens United decision in 2010, which struck down laws that limited…

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