Amid protests, arrests, a lockout from the state capitol building and a Democratic walkout, the GOP-run Michigan House passed a so-called "right to work" law on Dec. 6.
Hundreds of O'Hare Airport workers slated to lose their jobs just before Christmas marched through City Hall today, chanting and waving banners, flags and signs.
Unions and their members are thrilled about a Wisconsin court ruling Friday striking down the state law pushed by Gov. Scott Walker.
Workers employed by a southern California Walmart subcontractor are the latest to launch a protest for their rights.
The American Federation of Government Employees expressed utter outrage that this was done at a time when scientists were seeking union representation.
For many workers in Tennessee, reporting a case of discrimination based on sexual orientation would seriously risk their personal safety.
Michigan's Protect Our Jobs coalition has gathered more than double the amount of signatures necessary to put a proposed state constitutional amendment enshrining union rights on the Nov. 6 ballot.
Community activists kicked off a campaign for a ballot initiative that would require private employers to offer their workers up to seven days of paid sick leave.