Public employee unions around the country must now comply with SCOTUS’ Janus decision, prohibiting the collection of “fair share” fees from employees that choose not to belong to the union. In direct response, some of the larger public unions in the nation are losing big money causing the unions to rethink their priorities. A couple of prime examples can be found in the pro-union states of New York and Pennsylvania, where the Wall Street Journal reports that public employee unions have stopped collecting agency fees from 24,000 state workers losing a total of $6.6 million in Pennsylvania and from 31,000 state workers in New York, totaling between $9 million and $10 million lost. But remember, Janus only directly affects public employee unions. It was a different story this week in Missouri . . .