Mori v. Boilermakers,
454 U.S. 1301 (1981)

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Mori v. Boilermakers, 454 U.S. 1301 (1981)

Mori v. Boilermakers

No. A-417 (81-847)

Decided November 23, 1981

454 U.S. 1301


An application to stay the Court of Appeals' mandate -- which upheld an international union's adoption, by nonsecret ballot of the delegates at a union convention, of a new dues structure applicable to a certain group of members, notwithstanding the provisions of § 101(a)(3)(A) of the Labor-Management Reporting and Disclosure Act of 1959 requiring a secret ballot by local members to increase rates of dues -- is granted until disposition of applicants' petition for certiorari. There is a strong probability that four Justices of this Court will vote to grant the petition for certiorari; applicants have a reasonable probability of success on the merits; and the balance of equities weighs heavily in their favor.

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