That year, however, the U.S. Supreme Court said something pertinent.
ADADIn the 1977 decision, however, the court sowed the seed of this decision’s undoing.
Furthermore, the court acknowledged 30 years ago that mandatory bar associations are analogous to unions regarding First Amendment (speech and association) concerns.
Furthermore, the court should find that freedom of speech does not neglect a corollary freedom — freedom from compulsory association with a politically engaged organization.
The Janus decision has given the court additional work to do.

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