National Right to Work Legal Defense Foundation

Marquez v. Screen Actors Guild:
Showdown at the Supreme Court

On Monday, October 5, 1998, the U.S. Supreme Court will hear oral arguments in Marquez v. Screen Actors Guild. This potential landmark case for workers’ rights could make it virtually impossible for union officials to conceal from workers the truth about their right to resign their formal union membership and cut off the use of their forced dues for politics.

In this special Foundation Web Feature, we’ll show you just how high the stakes are for workers, and why union officials are fighting tooth-and-nail to protect an unfair deception.

Actress Naomi Marquez

Learn more about why the Marquez case
is so important

Marquez and Bloom: "Term of Deception"
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These are Foundation attorneys’ arguments as submitted to the Supreme Court.

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