Supreme Court Adds More Cases To 2017-2018 Term, Including Union Dispute

The U.S. Supreme Court begins its new term next week; on Thursday, it added 11 cases to its docket. / Eric Thayer / Getty Images

The Supreme Court added 11 cases to its term that begins next week, agreeing to hear a pivotal case on unions that represent government employees. Other cases involve a range of topics, from searches by police to overtime pay for car dealership service advisers.

The newly accepted cases were announced Thursday morning — and so far, the union case, Janus v.

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