Source: Allison Robbins, Ohio Northern University Law Review, Vol. 36, no. 2, 2010
From the CUNY summary:
The piece takes an in-depth look at United States Supreme Court jurisprudence with respect to captive audience meetings, specifically arguing that the first amendment should protect workers in their workplaces from unwanted communications. The note focuses on the constitutionality of the Model Worker Freedom Act introduced by the AFL-CIO and similar legislation adopted by states throughout the U.S.