Recent U.S. Supreme Court arguments over “fair share” union fees paid by nonmembers may have left union supporters believing their case may go the way of campaign finance and voting rights in the Roberts Court.

Critics of the Roberts Court have long claimed that the chief justice and the conservative wing play a “long game” on certain legal issues by taking small steps to undercut past rulings before delivering a major blow.

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