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Year-long Hormel meatpackers' strike begins in Austin, Minn.
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August 17, 2018

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Updated: Aug. 17 (12:59)

New Work Towards a New Labor Law
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Trump Administration Opposes Unions in Key Supreme Court Case
Posted On: Dec 07, 2017
Dec. 7, 2017 | LEGAL | The Trump administration sided against public employee unions Wednesday evening in a Supreme Court case that could deal the labor movement a crippling financial blow. In a brief submitted in Janus v. American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees, the Office of Solicitor General sided with a child-support specialist for the state of Illinois who's challenging AFSCME's legal right to collect so-called "fair-share fees" from union nonmembers. Unions say such fees are necessary to cover collective bargaining costs for union nonmembers, whom they're required by law to represent. But plaintiff Mark Janus is arguing that the mandatory fee violates his protected speech under the First Amendment. Politico





 
 
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