The on-again, off-again right-to-work law in the state of Kentucky is back in play after a state court judge tossed out the latest challenge brought by the state AFL-CIO and Teamsters Union. The law prohibits the collection of mandatory fees from non-union members under the guise of the unions representing the interests of members and non-members alike. Kentucky became the 27th state in the union to adopt right to work early last year (Missouri subsequently became the 28th state), but the unions contended its provisions violated the state constitution by treating unions differently than other organizations and taking union property (non-member fees). Union leaders have indicated they intend to appeal the decision, so it ain’t over yet!