Just as public employee unions can't force nonmembers to pay representation fees, state bar associations can't force lawyers to subsidize their operations and political activity. So says the U.S. Supreme Court in a recent ruling about five months after it banned forced union fees in the landmark Janus vs AFSCME decision.

Dental therapy is nearing a tipping point in the United States, whether “Big Dentistry” likes it or not. That’s according to Kristin Mizzi Angelone, a dental policy expert with the Pew Charitable Trusts.

Just as public employee unions can't force nonmembers to pay representation fees, state bar associations can't force lawyers to subsidize their operations and political activity. So says the U.S. Supreme Court in a recent ruling about five months after it banned forced union fees in the landmark Janus vs AFSCME decision.

Dental therapy is nearing a tipping point in the United States, whether “Big Dentistry” likes it or not. That’s according to Kristin Mizzi Angelone, a dental policy expert with the Pew Charitable Trusts.