"What difference" "does it make?"
folks should not be compelled to pay union dues
but neither should they receive union representation in the workplace
nor should they receive the things the union has already obtained for its represented workforce, such as sick leave, vacation days, family-friendly provisions, objective performance assessments, overtime pay, retirement plans, merit promotions, break facilities, grievance resolution processes, etc.
they should be able to give up paying the cost of union operations ... but to do so they have to also acknowledge their willingness to relinquish their entitlement to any and all of the benefits that have been negotiated for the workforce by that union with which they seek to have no affiliation
You have zero real world political experience if you really believe what you are writing.No, it's not. A repeal bill requires the same vote the original bill requires and your point was the legislayive mix had changed for the new cycle. IF that is true as you assert, then it should be no problem to have the repeal bill crafted and waiting for the new majority to take office in a month.