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Once again, one man has dictated a major change of federal law that can cost American families dearly. It may double the price of your Big Mac, Whopper, fried chicken, donuts or other purchases at your local fast-food restaurant.
Once again, one man has dictated a major change of federal law that could cost American families dearly.
Three cheers for right-wing obstructionism. Can we have more, please, and louder?
Plaintiffs in the upcoming NCAA antitrust trial will not be able to introduce as evidence the recent decision that allowed Northwestern football players to vote on whether they wanted to join a union.
A North Carolina union for public workers will allow scholarship student-athletes at public universities to join as state employees.
A congressional panel held a hearing last week scrutinizing a National Labor Relations Board opinion that cleared the way for college athletes to unionize.
Northwestern athletic director Jim Phillips says college athletes need more than just a voice when it comes to issues that affect them. They need a vote.
A labor agency has invited outside parties to weigh in on whether Northwestern football players should be able to unionize.
Baylor University President Ken Starr voiced strong opposition Thursday to a regional National Labor Relations Board ruling that scholarship football players at Northwestern University are technically school employees and thus entitled to collective bargaining rights.