Unions are split on the Green New Deal — a broad set of climate, energy and economic proposals — if not on the need to address climate change.
The ruling threatened something central to unions’ ability to raise money.
More low-wage, insecure jobs mean fewer dollars circulating in Main Street economies.
The case hinges on one question: can a public employee be compelled to pay fees to a union that represents her workforce, even if she herself is not a member of the union?
Together, about 450 employees between the three co-ops in Minneapolis are now organized under United Food and Commercial Workers Local 653.
The first of four candidate interviews ahead of the April 29 primary for the Minneapolis-St. Louis Park seat.
Home care workers deserve the same right as other workers to form a union, and right now we don’t have that right under the law.
About 14.2 percent of Minnesota workers were union members in 2012, down from 15.1 percent in 2011.
A roundup of teachers union news.