Since before it was fashionable, Mark Pulliam argued it’s unconstitutional for a public union to charge mandatory dues that wind up funding political activities.

Still in law school during the 1970s, he wrote in a labor law journal that the U.S. Supreme Court had improperly decided a case, Abood v. Detroit Board of Education, on the union dues issue.

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