A federal judge will allow three Illinois government workers to challenge the state’s compulsory union system over the objections of powerful public sector unions. Judge Robert W. Gettleman ruled Tuesday that the public sector employees had standing to challenge the “fair share” fees they are forced to pay to public sector unions, such as AFSCME. In the same ruling, Gettleman also dismissed the matching suit filed by Republican Gov. Bruce Rauner, finding that he “has no personal stake in the manner.”
Alabama factory workers voted for the fifth time in two years to break ties with the UAW on Tuesday.
Big Labor’s battle against the One Percent does not appear to include 10 union officials who are better paid than the average American CEO, according to a new study released Wednesday.
Franchise businesses are firing back at union powerhouse SEIU after it filed a petition demanding that the federal government investigate franchisors.
Big labor funneled millions of dollars in dues money to the Clinton Foundation, according to a new report.
The Amtrak derailment that killed seven is still under investigation, but the union representing railroad employees quickly tied the accident to a labor dispute.
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo allegedly plagiarized talking points from a think tank connected to the shadowy Democracy Alliance.
Alabama workers are being forced to take a fifth vote to kick out a local UAW chapter despite giving the union the boot in February.
A coalition of small business owners plans on ramping up its political donations to combat union campaigns against franchise businesses.
The International Franchise Association plans on flooding Congress with small business owners over the summer to remind lawmakers about the consequences of regulatory targeting.