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Examiner Editorial: California trashes privacy rights so unions can collect dues

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Unlike the U.S. Constitution, California's governing document includes an explicit guarantee of the right to privacy. Yet the Golden State's Supreme Court ruled last week that the guarantee is waived if a union wants to send somebody to a person's front door to explain why he should stop causing trouble and hand over money for union dues -- if he knows what's good for him. Or words to that...

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