Nation Topics - Unions
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After a three-and-a-half-year struggle, workers in Cablevision’s first unionized shop finally win a contract.
From ALEC to the Heritage Foundation, a group of anti-labor stalwarts is looking to turn cities and counties into “right-to-work” zones.
Twenty years after the first living-wage law was passed in Baltimore, the campaign’s lead organizer warns that the model has been watered down.
To building a lasting peace between teachers unions and communities of color, we can’t forget their most painful battle of all.
Costco has cultivated a sterling reputation, but labor activists describe horrors down the supply chain.
After one of Supreme Court’s most anti-union rulings in recent years, is there still time for organized labor to save itself?
The cumulative effects of years of deindustrialization, weakened unions and soaring inequality have fundamentally reordered the country.
All the factors that defined the 1914 conflict at Ludlow are with us once again.
The fate of public sector unionism lies with a single Supreme Court justice—and not the one you’d want.
German corporations are far more respectful of worker rights—and may have more influence on future US developments than our politicians realize.
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