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Affirmative Action, Unions, Asset Forfeiture: 3 SCOTUS Cases To Watch

The Supreme Court may end mandatory union dues for California school teachers and limit state taking of property.

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The Supreme Court is back in session with major decisions coming on affirmative action at public universities, the limits of asset forfeiture, and whether California teachers may reject paying compulsory fees to public sector unions.

How's the court expected rule in these cases and what are the likely implications of its decisions?

Reason Senior Editor Damon Root gave his views on the three most important cases to watch in the Supreme Court's current session: Fisher v. University of Texas at Austin, Luis v. United States, and Friedrichs v. California Teachers Association.

Shot and edited by Meredith Bragg.

Approximately 2:45.

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