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Court: First Amendment protections don’t allow unions to engage in nuisance lawsuits

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Here’s a case worth keeping an eye on: the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals ruled Monday that a union’s First Amendment rights do not allow it to engage in a pattern of legal harassment against a non-union business. Given that such legal campaigns are major tool of Big Labor, this case could have broad implications. The case is Waugh Chapel South, LLC v. United Food and Commercial Workers....

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