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A recent California law that prohibits public employers from discouraging employees from joining employee organizations remains on the books after an appeal affirms a court’s dismissal.

California Government Code Section 3550, passed in 2017, says that a public employer shall not deter or discourage public employees from becoming or remaining members of an employee organization.

Seven public employers, including a community-service district, board of directors, city councils and school district boards, complained in a pre-enforcement First Amendment challenge in the California Central District Court that the law chilled their speech, according to the appellate ruling.

They feared

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