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  ·   By Josh Rultenberg, WFMZ

Indivisible Berks Holds Rally in Support of Unions in Preparation of Major Supreme Court Case

BOYERTOWN, Pa. - On Monday, the U-S Supreme Court will hear one of its biggest cases of the year involving unions and the organizations' ability to collect dues from members.

The case could have a nationwide impact, including right here in Pennsylvania. 

On Saturday morning, local groups rallied in Boyertown in support of unions.

On the corner of Reading and Philadelphia avenues in Boyertown, Indivisible Berks hosted a working people's day of action, one of hundreds taking place across the country this weekend. 

"We're here to stand up for working people," Jane Palmer said.

Palmer is a volunteer with Indivisible Berks, an organization dedicated to making sure elected officials represent everyone including those who are most vulnerable. She says her's and others' way of living is under attack due to a case the US Supreme Court will hear on Monday, Janus v. AFSCME. 

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