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Supreme Court Justice Neil from gorsuch tip the scales to a more basic decision on Wednesday, joining the conservative majority in the 5-4 ruling against the so-called “fair-share” union fees.

It was the latest example of President Trump is nominated for a win for the management of the agenda and conservative causes, coming on the heels of the 5-4 decision, the maintenance Trump the “travel ban.”

In the union of the case from gorsuch effect was startling and obvious.

Judges split 4-4 on the issue in a similar case, after the death of Antonin Scalia. To from gorsuch was confirmed, fill the space, he played it close to the vest during arguments in February, with no comments or questions from the bench during almost 70 minutes of oral arguments.

But to pay at the end, from gorsuch on one side with a conservative majority ruling that the state government will not be forced on the workers, fair share”,” fees to support collective bargaining and other trade Union activities.

The decision dealt a blow to the unions, said the Union contract negotiations on wages and social benefits were inseparably finished with his further political activities, and the workers had a limited constitutional right not to sign such a “speech”.

The case specifically union examined fees from non-members.

“The procedure is a violation of the First Amendment and can’t be continued,” justice Samuel Alito wrote in the majority opinion. “Neither a finder’s fee may be a payment by the union is deducted from a non-Church members, wages, nor any other attempt can be made to collect a payment, to pay if the employee expressly consents to this.”

The court ended its session with from gorsuch, in the the impact of is on full display.

From gorsuch also sided with conservative judge this week to true Trump the so-called travel ban—the first major high court decision on a trump administration policy. The 5-4 decision upheld selective travel restrictions for certain Muslim-majority countries. Chief Justice John Roberts wrote that the order has been received “directly in the context of presidential authority” under federal law.

Liberal judges and lawyers complained of the results of both the travel ban and the union cases.

On the former, justice Sonia Sotomayor suggested that the policy was discriminatory: “on the basis of the evidence in the record, is would a reasonable observer that the proclamation was motivated by anti-Muslim animus.”

You write the appeal to the court, the four liberal members in the union case, justice Elena Kagan said, the majority has succeeded in his “crusade” by “turning the First Amendment into a sword.”

But the conservatives cheered.

After the travel ban decision, Senate majority Leader Mitch McConnell’s campaign arm tweeted a photo of him and from gorsuch — a reminder, it was McConnell who has been nominated stalled on former President Barack Obama the Supreme Court, and later helped to confirm Trump nominated last year.

— Team Mitch (@Team_Mitch) June 26, 2018

McConnell and his staff have announced that from gorsuch confirmation as one of the big GOP win.

From gorsuch observers had rates. In April, he sided against the Trump administration, in one case, the efforts of the government for the deportation of foreigners convicted of serious criminal offenses in the U. S, the approximation to the court four more liberal justices.

Fox News’ Bill Mears contributed to this report.

Brooke Singman is a political Reporter for Fox News. You can follow her on Twitter at @Brooke FoxNews.

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