Oregon supremes diss anti-union initiative

11/27/2013: Jeff Mapes has the story in the Oregonian:

The court upheld a ballot title that reads:

Allows non-union member public employees receiving required union representation to refuse to share representation costs.

I’m no economic theorist, but in theory the wording shouldn’t matter – the incentives are the same. But in practice, this is a win for the union movement.

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