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Taxpayers must pay the freight for over-budget train projects
Topic - Service Employees International Union
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."
An estimated 300 workers and bused-in labor activists tied up Pittsburgh traffic when they marched downtown to rally outside the corporate offices of the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center.
The Supreme Court has under consideration a labor case that could change a lot of things. The question posed seems simple enough: Can Americans be required to join organizations without offending the First Amendment's guarantee of freedom of association? The answer, like the question, seems simple enough, too.
Bay Area Rapid Transit workers' largest union ratified its contract with the agency on Monday, closing eight months of negotiations that resulted in two strikes that snarled traffic throughout the region and during which two workers were fatally struck by a train.
The labor movement's latest fast-food protest drew a "delicious backlash" Thursday from the burger-loving opposition.
A group that coordinated health care messaging among scores of top Obamacare advocates repeatedly pushed the false Democratic promise that all Americans could keep their health insurance plans and doctors under the law and continued to do so as late as last year.
NLRB fends for Big Labor, not the little guy
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.
Hundreds of thousands of San Francisco Bay area commuters got at least a temporary reprieve from a massive transit strike when Gov. Jerry Brown ordered an inquiry into a labor contract dispute.
A panel of progressive-minded ideologues speaking at Generation Progress’ 2013 Making Progress Summit earlier this week in Washington, D.C., found common ground on a couple of key facets of federal student loans: First, they’re racist.