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  • High court limits union use of nonmember fees

    High court limits union use of nonmember fees

    Labor & Employment 06/14/2007

    [##_1L|1232595256.jpg|width="131" height="91" alt=""|_##]The Supreme Court on Thursday unanimously upheld a Washington state law that restricts how labor unions can use fees collected from nonmembers for political purposes. The high court ruled the r...

  • Labor organization asks NC to repeal bargaining ban

    Labor organization asks NC to repeal bargaining ban

    Labor & Employment 04/04/2007

    The state of North Carolina is violating international freedom of association labor standards by prohibiting governmental entities from bargaining with unions, according to a decision released Tuesday by the International Labor Organization (ILO), th...

  • California State University professors vote to strike

    California State University professors vote to strike

    Labor & Employment 03/28/2007

    On March 21, the California State University faculty voted overwhelmingly—94 percent—to authorize a strike for increased wages and benefits. The workers, represented by the California Faculty Association, have been working without a contract for over...

  • Labor Lawsuits Blast Berger Commission

    Labor Lawsuits Blast Berger Commission

    Labor & Employment 03/27/2007

    A group of public employee unions today filed lawsuits in opposition to the recommendations of the State's Berger Commission, which last year offered that multiple hospitals across New York need to be closed in order to control rising costs. The laws...

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