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- Jul 30 Why the Anti-Union Argument Loses Every Time We at AFSCME are not hanging our heads. Instead, energized members are helping us grow... (The Huffington Post)
- Jul 02 VIDEO: The wage war for public workers’ unions The Supreme Court ruled on Monday that home care and child care providers members were... (MSNBC)
- Jul 01 Limiting Rights: A Hit to Collective Bargaining The Supreme Court’s ruling on Monday...was not the deathblow to public-sector unions that many feared... (New York Times)
- Jul 01 Supreme Court Rules Disadvantaged Workers Should Be Disadvantaged Some More The decision in Harris v. Quinn—written by the Court’s leading union-hater, Justice Samuel Alito—appears designed... (The American Prospect)
- Jun 30 Harris v. Quinn Ruling Will Undermine Gains Made by Low-Wage Home Healthcare Workers The decision, penned by Justice Alito and generally reflective of his anti-labor views, could have... (The Nation)
- Jun 30 Supreme Court Delivers a Hit—But Not a "Kill Shot"—to Public-Employee Unions But there's good news for organized labor: The court did not deliver the killer blow... (Mother Jones)
- Jun 30 Supreme Court rules against home care workers unions The Supreme Court's decision in Harris v. Quinn, the case challenging fair share fees for... (Daily Kos)
- Jun 30 Supreme Court Rules Against Union Fees For Some Home Care Workers
- Jun 30 Supreme Court issues narrow ruling against labor unions The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday ruled that in-home care workers in Illinois who are... (The Raw Story)
- Jun 30 Harris v. Quinn ruling: Unions hit, but not fatally, by SCOTUS The conservative majority on the Supreme Court on Monday signaled its distaste for state laws... (Politico)
- Jun 30 A Lot Riding on Court’s Harris v. Quinn Decision No court case is going to stop home-care providers and consumers from staying united and... (The State Journal Register )
- Feb 18 The Sexist Agenda Hidden in Harris v. Quinn The question now is whether the Supreme Court justices will side with hard-working women and... (Huffington Post)
- Jan 21 Supreme Court aligns against the have-nots Well into the New Deal, the Supreme Court consistently overturned laws that enabled workers to... (Washington Post)
- Jan 20 The fight for homecare workers ...Harris v. Quinn, a case that has been referred to as a “sleeper” by both... (Washington Post)
From The Blog »More From the Blog »
- Jun 30 Statement from AFSCME President Lee Saunders Today’s Supreme Court decision does not dampen the resolve of home care workers and child care providers to come together to have a strong voice for good jobs and to give care to millions of seniors, people with disabilities and children. (Blog)
- Feb 21 The Sexist Agenda Hidden in Harris v. Quinn A ruling undermining unions in the Harris case would bring that progress to a halt and deal a significant blow to pay equity for women, as well as fair treatment in the workplace. (Blog)
Letters, Statements & More »
- Jun 30AFL-CIO President Richard Trumka: Harris v. Quinn an assault on wages, middle classThe extreme views of today’s Supreme Court aimed at home care workers aren’t just bad for unions – they’re bad for all workers and the middle class.
- Jun 30American Federation of Teachers on the Harris v. Quinn Decision Let's be clear that working people, who have aspired to the middle class and tried...
- Jun 30The White House on Harris v. QuinnCollective bargaining is a fundamental right that helped build America’s middle class.