DOJ Flips Position, Backs Union Access To Calif. Farms

Law360 (February 12, 2021, 10:30 PM EST) -- The Department of Justice informed the U.S. Supreme Court on Friday it no longer believes a California regulation requiring farms to give union organizers access to work sites is unconstitutional, marking a 180-degree flip from the position presented to the high court in a brief filed during the Trump administration.

The former president's administration made its argument to the court at little more than a month ago, but the President Joe Biden-led DOJ now says it has "reconsidered the government's position in this case, and the United States is now of the view that the California regulation does not effect a...

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