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BY staff | Madison, WI | 2/26/15
Thousand rallied, Feb. 25, on the steps of the Wisconsin Capitol. Hours later, hundreds chanted "Kill the bill" in the capitol rotunda while hanging banners and homemade signs. Later, dozens were ejected from the senate hearing room for shouting down Republican politicians trying to fast track the anti-worker law.
BY staff | Madison, WI | 2/25/15
Republicans pushed ‘Right to Work’ through the Senate labor committee, Feb. 24, and the bill will move to the Senate floor for debate Feb. 25.
BY staff | Madison, WI | 2/24/15
Thousands of people spent the day rallying against so-called ‘Right to Work’ legislation, Feb. 24. The anti-worker law could pass the legislature as early as next week.
BY staff | Milwaukee, WI | 2/24/15
More than 300 workers gathered in freezing weather here Feb. 23, to rally against proposed ‘Right to Work’ legislation.
BY staff | Milwaukee, WI | 2/24/15
More than 300 union members and their supporters took to the streets here, Feb. 23, to protest an attempt by Republicans to push through ‘right to work’ legislation in the Wisconsin legislature.
BY staff | Milwaukee, WI | 2/23/15
More than 300 union members and their supporters took to the streets here, Feb. 23, to protest an attempt by Republicans to push through ‘right to work’ legislation in the Wisconsin legislature.
BY staff | Milwaukee, WI | 2/21/15
Republican leaders have announced a special session to pass the anti-worker ‘Right to Work legislation this upcoming week.
BY staff | Milwaukee, WI | 2/01/15
Plans to introduce so-called ‘Right to Work’ legislation are threatening to make Wisconsin the 25th state to eliminate all union contracts with mandatory dues as part of employment.
BY Tom Burke | Grand Rapids, MI | 1/25/15
Michigan workers are now seeing the harm caused by last year’s so-called ‘right to work’ law. Passed by Republican politicians in Lansing in 2013, the new law caused a noticeable drop in union membership - from 16.3% down to 14.5%. The trend is likely to continue as more union contracts, typically three years long, come to an end.
BY Cherrene Horazuk | Minneapolis, MN | 1/23/14
The Supreme Court heard oral arguments this week in Harris v. Quinn, and the ruling could have a devastating impact on public sector workers and their unions.
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