Supreme Court could free public employees from being forced to pay union dues

The Friedrichs lawsuit should have done the trick. The case — full name: Friedrichsv. California Teacher’s Association — which would have made belonging to a public-employee union optional as a condition of employment nationwide, was set to pass muster with the Supreme Court last Continue reading Supreme Court could free public employees from being forced to pay union dues

Re-regulating Markets is No Solution to State Housing Crisis

By almost all accounts, economists, academicians, social scientists, policy makers and industry experts agree that at the root of California’s housing problems is a profound lack of supply.  Accordingly, what’s needed as a solution, these notables say, are more incentives Continue reading Re-regulating Markets is No Solution to State Housing Crisis