by Alan Pyke Jul 14, 2015
By repealing the state's 80-year-old prevailing wage law, Gov. Scott Walker (R) has launched a 'race to the bottom' in the Wisconsin construction industry.
by Alan Pyke Jul 9, 2015
The frothy scrum around Bush's call for working longer hours misses a much more profound error in his thinking.
by Ian Millhiser Jul 6, 2015
The next Supreme Court term is shaping up to be a much more conventional term, rife with longtime conservative boogie men waiting to be slain by the Court's right flank.
by Alice Ollstein Jul 1, 2015
Have Republicans all given up on winning union support?
by Ian Millhiser Jun 30, 2015
Should this case prevail, it could be an existential threat to many public sector unions, potentially draining them of the money they need to operate.
by Jessica Goldstein Jun 4, 2015
"The Gawker writers are not coming to us because they're getting paid ten cents a word."
by Alice Ollstein May 28, 2015
Can John Kasich (R-OH) keep his moderate, blue collar reputation as he strips workers of collective bargaining rights?
by Zack Ford May 13, 2015
A new substitute bill introduced in committee this week would take a superlaser to all of Michigan's local employment protections.
by Alice Ollstein May 4, 2015
Governor Scott Walker says he would push federal versions of the controversial anti-labor laws he has signed in Wisconsin.
by Esther Yu-Hsi Lee Mar 26, 2015
With a receding membership, unions are aggressively targeting the 22 million immigrant workers in the country, regardless of legal status, to join their ranks.