The West Virginia Supreme Court has granted Attorney General Patrick Morrisey’s request for a stay in the state’s Right to Work fight.
The controversial labor law was approved by the legislature just more than three years ago but struck down by a circuit court earlier this year.
The law said employees in a union workplace shouldn’t have to pay dues if they chose not to become union members.
A circuit judge tossed out the law saying it amounted to the taking of union resources.
Proponents said it would create more jobs in West Virginia, but unions disagreed.