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Supreme Court Strengthens Property Rights in Case Involving Labor Organizing on Farms

Migrant workers harvest strawberries at a farm near Oxnard, Calif., on March 13, 2013. (Joe Klamar/AFP via Getty Images)


The Epoch Times

A California regulation allowing labor organizers to disrupt businesses for hours every day for one third of the year to recruit new members is unconstitutional, the Supreme Court ruled in a 6-3 vote along ideological lines.

“Today’s ruling is a huge victory for property rights,” Pacific Legal Foundation (PLF) senior attorney Joshua Thompson said in a press release. The decision “affirms that one of the most fundamental aspects of property is the right to decide who can and can’t access your property.”

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