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US Supreme Court ruling undermines the right to strike

The Supreme Court's Glacier Northwest decision lets some employers sue for damages in strikes where products spoil.

Labor lauds Biden pick for Supreme Court

Past decisions suggest Ketanji Brown Jackson—who'd replace Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer—will side with unions and working people.

Trump Supreme Court nominee Kavanaugh has a long history of anti-worker rulings

The DC Appeals court judge is known in Washington as a highly partisan judicial figure with a history of one-sided rulings in favor of corporations.

Supreme Court delivers blow to union movement

Ruling 5-4 in Janus vs. AFSCME, the court says union-represented public employees don’t have to pay anything to the union.

Janus is upon us, ready or not

More than ever, public sector unions will need to engage members to take on the work of the union, and focus on bargaining for the common good.

U.S. Supreme Court hears the Janus case

Janus v AFSCME, about public sector union fees, is the biggest union case in a generation.

Right-to-work nation? Getting ready for Janus v AFSCME

In less than two weeks time, the U.S. Supreme Court will hear the most significant labor law case in decades.

Trump Administration comes out for ‘right-to-work’ in public sector

The Justice Department filed amicus briefs in looming Supreme Court case Janus v AFSCME.

Supreme Court to hear case challenging union dues

Janus vs. AFSCME could be a severe blow to public sector unions and the labor movement as a whole.

‘Right to work’ coming to the public sector

A Supreme Court ruling that ‘fair share’ fees are unconstitutional is likely 6 to 13 months away.

Supreme Court tie means reprieve for unions

Union win in Friedrichs case depended on Justice Scalia’s death.

Justice Scalia’s death may mean reprieve for public sector unions

The Friedrichs case looked like it was going to be a 5-4 vote.

U.S. Supreme Court case could deal blow to public-sector unions

Judging by what they asked Jan. 11, it appears the U.S. Supreme Court will overrule Abood.

Supreme Court decision in Harris v Quinn creates “right-to-work” situation for home care workers

Noel Canning, a separate decision, will create bureaucratic headache for the NLRB.

Supreme Court decision is the latest to shift toward corporate power

Harris v Quinn won’t stop union movement from evolving to meet the needs of 21st Century workers

Supreme Court drops case over whether union neutrality is illegal

Employer neutrality toward unions could be considered illegal in Florida, Georgia, and Alabama

U.S. Supreme Court hears challenge to union neutrality agreements

Several justices grill a lawyer from an anti-union group