A lawsuit is asking the Supreme Court to overturn a Massachusetts rule that prohibits companies from campaign contributions while exempting unions from similar restrictions.
Public-sector unions in New York are pushing back against an Albany bill that would establish a single-payer health care plan for the state.
Pennsylvania school bus drivers are suing the federal government for preventing them from holding a vote to cut ties with their union.
Oregon workers are asking a federal court to do away with policies that limit their ability to cut financial ties with labor unions.
A pair of healthcare workers in the Northeast have filed lawsuits alleging that labor leaders have blocked them from resigning even after the Supreme Court ruled that mandatory public sector membership is unconstitutional.
Several labor unions have launched a last ditch super PAC to save Sen. Joe Donnelly’s re-election bid, even if the Indiana Democrat’s family business has outsourced jobs to Mexico.
Two of the largest trade unions in Minnesota are backing the reelection campaign of Republican representative Jason Lewis against a Democratic business executive.
A national labor watchdog presented seven Democratic candidates with awards recognizing their record of advancing union interests.
Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker (R.) has participated in nearly twice as many public events as his Democratic challenger, Tony Evers, who appears to have been busy working unions over in the state for cash, according to a review of both candidate’s public activity.
Workers at AFL-CIO’s Washington, D.C., headquarters are fed up with the “anti-union” attitude of America’s largest labor union.