The Texas chapter of one of the nation’s most powerful unions filed for bankruptcy after losing a multi-million dollar lawsuit for a smear campaign against a Houston janitorial company.
A Texas judge permanently blocked one of the Obama administration’s most controversial labor policies, which critics say would have hampered the First Amendment rights of employers.
President-elect Donald Trump’s choice to replace Antonin Scalia on the Supreme Court could swing the court away from union-friendly precedents, according to labor watchdogs.
Texas’ Service Employees International Union will have to pay nearly $8 million to a janitorial company in connection to a multi-year smear campaign after a district court judge dismissed its bid for a retrial.
A Washington state union has spent nearly $2 million to pass a ballot initiative that would alter public records law to make it harder for home healthcare workers to halt union due payments.
The Clinton campaign was frustrated with the delayed endorsement from the nation’s largest labor union, but felt confident that Bernie Sanders would never win support thanks to Hillary’s support from top executives over rank-and-file members.
Clinton campaign staffers became fed up with the friendly relationship between one of the Democratic Party’s staunchest labor allies and Vice President Joe Biden.
The president of a major labor union sent a blistering letter to its members on Wednesday calling out other unions, dubbing them “bottom-feeding organizations” for their opposition to a controversial oil pipeline project.
The Hillary Clinton campaign privately argued that “platitudes” would better serve its defense of forced unionism than details about “fees.”
A federal judge ruled that inflating a giant rat on behalf of organized labor does not constitute manual labor that would entitle workers to overtime.