In Anti-Worker Vote, Missouri Legislators Bow to Outside Donors
If HB 1770 passes the Legislature, it will appear on a statewide ballot in August with wildly misleading language.
Legislators, Business Leaders and Workers Urge Increase in Minimum Wage
The event, held in the Capitol in Washington, DC, was led by AFSCME Pres. Lee Saunders.
AFSCME Sec-Treas. Laura Reyes Joins Women’s Fast for Families
“In fasting we hope to feed the courage of our elected leaders to pass immigration reform.”
Who’s Afraid of Wisconsin Voters?
For his reelection campaign, Gov. Scott Walker will apparently rely on the power of lobbyists.
AFSCME Members Urge Ohioans to “Remember in November”
Three years after Gov. John Kasich tried to take our collective bargaining rights away, we’re ready to vote him out.
Koch Brothers, ALEC Pushed Out of Oregon – For Now
The union remains on high alert.
Insourcing: A New Trend for the Country?
15 states introduced new initiatives to curb the reckless outsourcing of public services.
Missouri Workers Deliver Signatures to Defend their Rights
A right-to-work-for-less bill is among other anti-worker attacks by state legislators.
Biden Blasts Right-to-Work (For Less)
At the recent Auto Workers’ legislative conference in DC, the Vice President said unions are the only gate-keepers protecting workers’ voices on the job.
The Company Store Wants Your Soul Back
Indiana GOP is trying to get workers to pay for uniforms and training.