The Supreme Court Would Prefer People With Disabilities Receive Care from Disgruntled, Low-Wage, High-Turnover Workers
June 30, 2014
The Supreme Court just dealt a blow to direct care workers, including the people who help us.
The Harris v. Quinn decision may have done irreparable damage to a long-standing precedent.
Hobby Lobby isn't the only big ruling coming on Monday
College Football Players Are Employees, Says Chicago NLRB
March 26, 2014
In an historic ruling, Northwestern football players won the right to hold a vote on unionizing. They were ruled employees under federal law.
It's Official: One Koch Brother Equals 515,000 Union Members
March 11, 2014
The statistic that conservatives don't want you to see.
The 1963 March on Washington featured just one prominent white speaker.
How Labor Learned to Love Immigration
May 13, 2013
No group in America, aside from Latino activists, is a more steadfast champion of generous immigration reform than organized labor.
Immigration Reform Is Labor's Loss
April 17, 2013
The Senate plan will benefit businesses, not low-wage workers.
The Incredible Disappearing Health Benefits
February 19, 2013
Can a coal company get away with breaking its promises to workers?
Unions Have High Hopes for Weed Workers
February 05, 2013
In marijuana, labor has found a growth industry. The Obama administration has other ideas.