Government workers can no longer be forced to pay union fees to keep their jobs, which could cost labor groups hundreds of millions of dollars.
On Wednesday the Supreme Court declared coercive unionism an unconstitutional infringement on First Amendment rights, overturning the 1977 Abood precedent that allowed agencies to make all workers pay a labor organization dues and fees.
Public-sector workers across the country are seeking to recover back wages they paid to labor organizations in the event the Supreme Court declares mandatory union fees unconstitutional.
The largest labor union in Pennsylvania is throwing its weight behind a Republican congressman.
A Florida Democrat vying to flip a Republican seat fired staffers in the midst of a contentious union-organizing campaign.
An upstart union aimed at organizing campaign workers has made inroads in Florida.
After five years California farm workers will finally see their votes to kick out their union counted after a state court unanimously ruled that a state agency had interfered with the election.
Hundreds of professional pilots voted overwhelmingly to cut ties with the International Brotherhood of Teamsters.
Democratic Sen. Tim Kaine (Va.) signaled his support Friday for legislation to strengthen the power of unions to recruit members and negotiate with employers.
President Obama’s rules speeding up the union election process increased the chances of union victory, according to a new analysis.