‘These people cant take claim for something they didn’t participate in’
Unions fighting state over right-to-work laws
Don’t cut costs ‘on the backs of workers,’ UAW say
‘Still leaves the door wide open for VW to recognize the UAW via a coercive card check campaign’
UAW withdraws its appeal to invalidate election results
‘There are plenty of people committed to going to jail’
If Romney had handled the controversy better, he could have benefited from it.
Unions for auto and steel workers praise administration’s WTO suit against China
The civil-rights rhetoric of union leaders isn’t in line with reality.
An interview with The Heritage Foundation’s James Sherk.
Obama budget voted down 99-0 in the Democratic Senate
Files show campaign talking points, sample press release templates and a social media game-plan for the movement
New deal creates 2,100 jobs
Union leaders from all of Chrysler’s factories are headed to the Detroit suburb of Warren for a meeting on the talks
Chrysler is the only Detroit automaker without a new labor agreement
Four-year contract deal creates entry-level positions
The auto company is making a comeback, but that is not making talks with the UAW easier