College football players who want to unionize and their foe, Northwestern University, filed their written arguments with the NLRB on Apr. 16.
Union President Bob King says, they will concentrate on a probe by congressional Democrats of political interference that led to the Valentine's Day defeat.
All those struggling in New York and nationally for a better life could not help but take notice: Labor solidarity worked!
Joined by legislators, advocates, and Minnesotans from across the state, Gov. Mark Dayton signed a bill into law raising Minnesota's minimum wage for the first time since 2005.
Eleven disabled workers, whom former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg laid off (fired) will get their jobs back, thanks to their AFSCME local.
Over 2,000 trade union activists and friends attended the conference, which was geared toward helping unionists find ways to build coalitions and win struggles in today's difficult political climate.
The union's wage proposal would add 0.32 percent to Hopkins' $754 million payroll costs; in 2013, Hopkins reported a surplus of $145 million.
Three years after it was added as a side pact to the controversial U.S.-Colombia "free trade" pact, the Labor Action Plan designed to improve workers' lot and their rights is a failure.
The Chicago regional chapter of the NLRB ruled that Northwestern University football players have the right to form a union if they desire.
Affordable, quality health care and secure, union jobs are both threatened by the growing consolidation and monopolization of the medical industry.