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Nation’s First Hearing on Worker’s Choice Bill Happens Tuesday

Missouri Legislature considering idea first presented by Mackinac Center

Missouri Legislature considering idea first presented by Mackinac Center more

Time for Labor Unions to Collect their Own Dues

The on-going SEIU dues skim must end

The on-going SEIU dues skim must end more

Hung Supreme Court Delays Freedom for Public Employees

Supporters of workers' first amendment rights still optimistic

Public employees' First Amendment rights are on hold

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Unions Should Get Serious About Pension Underfunding

A $2.7 million shortfall causes concern in Grand Rapids

A $2.7 million shortfall causes concern in Grand Rapids

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Unionization for the 21st Century: Solutions for the Ailing Labor Movement

For years union membership has been in decline. In 2012 union membership hit the lowest percentage of the American workforce since 1916. The union business model, based largely on industrial organizing efforts from the 1930s, does not appear to carry over well for today’s educated and transient workforce. This study outlines several ideas that unions could embrace that would grow their membership and improve the services workers receive.

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Dexter Bus Drivers Dump International Union

School employees form local bargaining unit

School employees form local bargaining unit.

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Union Time on Your Dime

Taxpayers still funding union work on school time.

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The Intellectual Firepower Against Right-to-Work

Who's who on right-to-work

Who's who on right-to-work.

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Lehman Invites UAW Boss to Debate

Voters deserve to hear both sides of "Protect Our Jobs."

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