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UPDATE: U.S. Supreme Court Won’t Reopen Friedrichs V. California Teachers Association Union-Fees Case, Leaves Deadlock

Wednesday, June 29, 2016 (WASHINGTON, D.C.) - The U.S. Supreme Court has refused to reopen a case over Public Sector Workers’ obligation to help fund the Union that represents them, leaving intact a 4-to-4 deadlock. The Court on March 29th Read more»

Another City Just Enacted A Union-Backed $15 Minimum Wage - Washington, D.C. Will Have A $15 Wage Floor By 2020

Wednesday, June 29, 2016 (WASHINGTON, D.C.) - District of Columbia Mayor Muriel Bowser (Democrat) signed legislation Monday (June 27th) that will gradually hike the city’s Minimum Wage to $15, the latest in a string of victories for the Read more»

Labor Leaders Criticize Trump On His Pittsburgh Trade Speech, Says National AFL-CIO President Trumka: “Donald Trump ‘Talks A Good Game’ On Trade, But ‘His First And Only Loyalty Is To Himself.’”

Wednesday, June 29, 2016 (WASHINGTON, D.C.) - In the hours leading up to a speech on trade by presumptive Republican Presidential Nominee Donald Trump, Labor Leaders and one prominent Democrat took swipes at Trump’s record of making products Read more»

Via YouTube Jeered As 'Black Marketeers' During American Federation Of Musicians Local 802 Panel Discussion In New York City

Wednesday, June 29, 2016 (NEW YORK CITY) - Working Musicians already have a tough time making a living, but at a American Federation of Musicians (AFM) Local 802 panel discussion held this week, noted Jazz guitarist Marc Ribot blasted YouTube - the Read more»

Labor Perspective From ATU President Lawrence Hanley & National AFL-CIO Transportation Trades Department President Edward Wytkind: It’s Time To Eradicate ‘Sweatshops On Wheels’

Wednesday, June 29, 2016 Editor’s Note: This Labor Perspective, authored by Amalgamated Transit Union President Lawrence J. Hanley, who also serves as a Member of the National AFL-CIO’s Executive Council, and AFL-CIO Read more»

Eleven Labor Unions File Lawsuits Challenging West Virginia’s Right-To-Work Law – Charge RTW (For Less) Is An ‘Illegal Taking’ Of Union Property & Resources

Wednesday, June 29, 2016 (WEST VIRGINIA) - Eleven state Labor Unions earlier this week filed petitions in Kanawha Circuit Court challenging West Virginia’s new Right-to-Work (for less) Law as an illegal taking of Union property and resources. Read more»
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