Winning. Supreme Court Bitch slaps Unions. Except for Police and Fire, most unions are worthless (look at the trades and government workers). EXCEPT FOR THE ONE AFFIRMATIVE ACTION Justice, the court voted 8-1 that Unions could be sued for damages. This from The Epoch. Times
In an 8–1 ruling, the U.S. Supreme Court on June 1 decided that a union’s deliberate destruction of company property as a pressure tactic in a labor dispute isn’t protected by federal law.
Labor activists have said that endangering and destroying company property during a dispute is fair game that has long been protected by the law, but companies such as the petitioner in this case—Glacier Northwest, a ready-mix concrete company headquartered in Seattle that does business as CalPortland—pushed back.
The new ruling will allow companies to sue striking unions to hold them accountable for damage caused during labor actions. The lone dissenter in the case, Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson, said the ruling would hinder the development of labor law and “erode the right to strike.”