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Lesa Curtis of Westchester, N.Y., right, who is pro agency fees and a former president of her union, rallies outside of the Supreme Court in Washington, Monday, Jan. 11, 2016, as the court heard arguments in the 'Friedrichs v. California Teachers Association' case. The justices were to hear arguments in a case that challenges the right of public-employee unions to collect fees from teachers, firefighters and other state and local government workers who choose not to become members.  (AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin)
Lesa Curtis of Westchester, N.Y., right, who is pro agency fees and a former president of her union, rallies outside of the Supreme Court in Washington, Monday, Jan. 11, 2016, as the court heard arguments in the 'Friedrichs v. California Teachers Association' case. The justices were to hear arguments in a case that challenges the right of public-employee unions to collect fees from teachers, firefighters and other state and local government workers who choose not to become members.  (AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin)

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El reclamo contra los sindicatos de Mark Janus, llegó ante la Corte Suprema de EE.UU., es un caso que podría cambiar el futuro de las entidades gremiales. Lo discutimos con Joan Martínez, profesor de leyes de negocios de la Universidad de Miami.