Friend of the Court Briefs Show Wide-Ranging Support for Working People

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SupremeCourtOn November 13, two dozen amicus, or friend of the court, briefs in support of the rights of working people were filed with the U.S. Supreme Court. These briefs were filed by a diverse array of individuals, organizations, academic experts, labor unions, and governments or government officials from across the country, including 48 Republican state legislators. The arguments made in these briefs underscore the importance of allowing working people to band together in a strong union in order to speak up for one another, negotiate for wages and benefits they can sustain their families on, and fight for improvements to our schools and communities that benefit everyone.

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