The U.S. Supreme Court declined to consider a case brought by an Ohio high school teacher that could have weakened public-sector unions, Bloomberg reported.

The Justices, without comment, turned away an appeal by the teacher, who claimed the First Amendment gave her the right to not be represented by a union, the publication noted.

A federal appeals court had ruled against the teacher, and the Supreme Court could have opted to expand its 2018 Janus decision and in the process further chisel away at public-sector unions.

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