Law | In the first weeks of a new term, the high court meditates on bad words, Gnostic gambits, dolphin rights, and compulsory union payments
by Lynn Vincent
Posted 10/18/08, 12:00 am
Fourteen: That's how many times the National Right to Work Legal Defense Foundation has argued before the U.S. Supreme Court in its fight to roll back compulsory unionism. They're going at it again in a high court term that, among other battles, pits environmentalism against national security, and defines the limits of free speech.