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By Ted Cruz
Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - Service Employees International Union
In its recent Harris v. Quinn decision, the Supreme Court sided with workers who don't want to join "in-home worker unions," and don't want to be forced to pay them nonmember fees.
The Service Employees International Union likes to present itself as the champion of the little guy.
A union for some Rhode Island state workers has rejected a proposed collective bargaining agreement with the state that includes a 6 percent pay hike.
Sen. Richard Blumenthal has pushed for more transparency in financial markets, contracting and higher education since taking office in 2011, but he recently went to federal court to keep some of his own records from public view.
Members of the union representing thousands of doormen, porters and other New York City building workers rallied for a wage increase and voted to authorize a strike if talks with building owners break down.
Gov. Pat Quinn has picked up a major labor endorsement for his re-election during a campaign that's already focused on union influence.
Hundreds of protesters organized by the Service Employees International Union have left the area outside the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center's offices downtown, after Mayor Bill Peduto issued a statement asking them to "disband" and "return home."
The labor movement's latest fast-food protest drew a "delicious backlash" Thursday from the burger-loving opposition.
It's an idea that's a few onion rings short of a happy meal, but it's a whopper of a scheme from organized labor in its latest attempt to iron out the kinks in the union label.
Job creators today are finding it difficult to make important decisions about their businesses, growth opportunities and investments. A federal court recently gave hope to beleaguered small-business owners by ruling President Obama's January 2012 appointments to the National Labor Relations Board were unconstitutional.