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Unions suffered a loss when Michigan became the 24th state to adopt "right-to-work" laws. Are pro-union protesters making matters worse?
Pro-union forces are furious over the Wolverine State's new right-to-work law. But trying to oust Michigan's GOP governor would be incredibly difficult
Labor groups should have to convince members that their goods and services are worth the price demanded — and not just take the money and run
Gov. Rick Snyder and the lame-duck GOP state legislature struck a major blow to Big Labor on Tuesday. Your move, unions
Republicans in one of America's most pro-union states are about to strike a big blow against organized labor
Football fans of all political persuasions are seething over a monumentally bad call, and even conservatives seem eager for the NFL to cave to the referees union
The Windy City's public school teachers are back in the classroom, after a controversial work stoppage that brought education reform into the national spotlight
A judge rules Scott Walker's effort to curb public workers' collective bargaining rights unconstitutional, and Walker insists that the court has gone too far
The president wants to send more federal money to states that just funnel it into bloated pension obligations. And Americans are tired of it
Labor groups pulled out all the stops against the union-busting governor. What does their stinging defeat mean for their already dwindling fortunes?
Indiana enacted the first "right-to-work" law in the nation's industrial North on Wednesday. What is this historic law and how much will it weaken unions?
State governments have massive, unsustainable pension liabilities. But voters won't stand for slashing those benefits unless everyone sacrifices
Democrats successfully oust two GOP state senators in the latest battle in the Badger State's bruising labor war
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