Unions must continue to mobilize, lobby, and reach out for allies to stop the constant stream of anti-worker legislation that keeps flowing into and out of state legislatures.
"The sun is shining on organized labor today," State Sen. Tim Green, told thousands of union members.
The right wing's use of the Supreme Court to try to destroy President Obama's Affordable Health Care Act endangers the very health of the American people.
"Working families who built Michigan's middle class now want to rebuild it," Teamsters President James Hoffa said.
Members of the Communications Workers of America, other unions and student and community allies protested outside of a Verizon wireless store.
The labor movement is beginning to mount a legislative offensive in the sates to stop what it says are "under the radar" attacks on workers.
The AFL-CIO has stepped forward to defend women's access to contraception, "regardless of where they work."
Right to work sounds innocent enough in name, but in reality it is yet another corporate attack on middle class families.
More than 1,000 farm workers and their allies solemnly marched three miles to the corporate headquarter of the grocery store giant Publix.
The Washington-Baltimore area's two biggest grocery chains, Giant and Safeway, are "going nuclear" in their war against their combined 30,000 workers.