Supreme Court Wary of Law Letting Union Organizers Onto Private Property

Supreme Court Wary of Law Letting Union Organizers Onto Private Property

The New York Times-US·2021-03-23 06:04

WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court on Monday searched for a middle ground in a case pitting union organizing campaigns against private property rights.

A majority of the justices seemed uneasy with a California regulation that allows union representatives to meet with farmworkers at their worksites for up to three hours a day for as many as 120 days a year. The regulation’s drafters said this was the only practical way to give the workers, who are often poorly educated and hard to locate, a realistic chance to consider joining a union.

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