Missouri is one of three states to take up right to work in as many weeks after its House of Representatives passed legislation on Thursday.
New Hampshire could become the nation’s 28th right to work state after the GOP-controlled Senate passed a bill banning union membership as a condition of employment.
The Senate Democrats expected to grill education secretary nominee Betsy DeVos have received nearly three quarters of a million dollars from teachers unions over the course of their careers.
Three of the groups challenging the reform agenda of President-elect Donald Trump and his education secretary nominee Betsy DeVos received more than $2.6 million from teachers unions and their allies, according to federal labor filings.
Kentucky is poised to become the 27th right to work state in the country after the state’s House of Representatives passed legislation on Thursday evening.
A group of hoteliers is suing to overturn a Seattle ballot initiative that it says will blacklist guests accused of sexual harassment without affording them due process.
Seattle labor groups used an anti-sexual harassment ballot initiative to tilt the scales for union workers, a tactic that labor watchdogs say could become more popular at the state and local level.
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.