Labor watchdogs are praising the Trump administration for its proposal to prevent unions from siphoning off money meant to care for disabled Americans.
One of the nation’s most powerful labor unions is rallying supporters to oppose Brett Kavanaugh, President Trump’s nominee to replace Anthony Kennedy on the Supreme Court.
Lawmakers are considering a bill to protect religious foster care and adoption agencies in response to recent crackdowns on religious charities by state and local governments.
Missouri voters rejected right-to-work law in a statewide referendum on Tuesday.
A Missouri worker is accusing his union of violating his rights to pay partial union dues.
Labor unions across the country are paying big money to defend forced unionism, pouring millions of dollars into a Missouri ballot initiative to overturn the state’s right-to-work law.
The Oregon worker whose husband endured a brutal smear campaign from her own union will receive thousands of dollars for her back dues.
One of Missouri’s largest public-sector unions is demanding its former president pull an ad supporting right to work.
Retired St. Louis Police sergeant Gary Wiegert urged voters to support Proposition A, which would ban employers from mandating union membership dues or fees as a condition of employment. Wiegert, the former head of the St. Louis Police Officers Association, criticized “out of touch union officials” for “lying to you about Prop A.”
One of Philadelphia’s largest religious charities plans to continue its fight against a city policy that will block foster-care providers who hold traditional beliefs about marriage.
The Trump administration is moving to block unions from collecting federal funds directed to care for disabled people, which could cost labor organizations at least $71 million.