The first one, Harris v. Quinn, dealt with whether non-union public employees could be forced to pay union dues. The court issued a relatively narrow holding, ruling that “partial” public employees could not be required to
Regardless of your political affiliation, you have to appreciate the magnitude of the moment.
Sweeping health care insurance legislation has passed Congress. (The Senate will still take up the "reconciliation" part of the bill which will make some additional modifications because the House only approved of the Senate version.)
So, now’s the…
The Connecticut Supreme Court in a 4-3 decision today overturned the state’s ban on same-sex marriages. The ruling in Kerrigan v. Commissioner of Public Health (download majority opinion here) is ground-breaking, breathtaking and warrants all employers’ full attention.