A New York federal appeals court rejected an ex-Catholic school principal’s request to overturn a previous decision that protected churches’ right to choose their own religious leaders late Wednesday.
The Trump administration began the first ever renegotiation of the North American Free Trade Agreement on Wednesday, hoping to fulfill one of the president’s chief campaign promises.
The Supreme Court ordered the Service Employees International Union to provide briefs in a case that threatens to put an end to laws forcing dues payments from government workers.
United Auto Workers (UAW) president Dennis Williams called the bribery allegations brought against the widow of a former union executive “appalling,” adding that they may have led Nissan workers to reject unionization, but denied that they reflect the larger organization.
Union activists, with the help of a Washington, D.C., firm, reportedly have enough signatures to block Missouri from implementing its right-to-work law and force a ballot measure on the question in 2018.
The Fight for 15 movement garnered headlines nationwide with demonstrations calling for a $15 minimum wage, but those protests appeared to have petered out in 2017, just four years after its launch, according to a report.
The United Auto Workers union has turned to federal labor regulators to boost its campaign in the south after workers overwhelmingly rejected its bid to unionize a Mississippi plant.
The Center for Medical Progress has appealed to the Supreme Court to lift a gag order barring it from releasing additional Planned Parenthood videos.
The indictment of a former union executive’s wife in a federal bribery investigation could complicate the United Auto Workers’ quest to unionize a Nissan factory in right to work Mississippi.
Republicans are no longer the minority at the National Labor Relations Board after the Senate confirmed Marvin Kaplan on Wednesday.