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Weekend News & Commentary — May 9-10

President Obama was criticized for choosing to visit Nike as part of his push for the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade pact, because of Nike’s troublesome overseas labor practices.   553 more words

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Today’s News & Commentary — May 6, 2015

The New York Times describes a decline in the prestige of police unions following the events in Ferguson, North Charleston, Cleveland, Baltimore, and Staten Island, stating that the political context has shifted and police unions have been forced to adapt. 548 more words

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Union Dues Update: SCOTUS asks Cal AG to Weigh In on Friedrichs

As reported on Law360, the Supreme Court has asked the California attorney general to respond to the cert. petition in Friedrichs v. California Teachers Association… 50 more words

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Today’s News & Commentary — March 16

The National Labor Relations Board granted graduate student unions at Columbia University and The New School a review of the decision to dismiss their petitions for union recognition, … 423 more words

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SHOCK VIDEO: FORMER DEM CANDIDATE CALLS FOR ‘ARMED MILITANTS’ DURING WI ANTI-RIGHT TO WORK PROTEST

Union protesters proved once again they are unable to replicate the massive crowds generated during Wisconsin’s historic 2011 Act 10 debate

MADISON, Wis. – On the final day of legislative debate over a proposed Right to Work law in Wisconsin, union protesters proved once again they are unable to replicate the massive crowds generated during Wisconsin’s historic 2011 Act 10 debate. 206 more words

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The Legal Problem with Wisconsin's Right-to-Work Law (and what to do about it)

Wisconsin is about to pass a right-to-work law. Yesterday, Rachel provided an excellent background on this bill. Here, I want to make just a couple of comments. 730 more words

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