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Tag: worker rights
This week we feature pensions in PA, special education in MI, attacks on worker rights in WA and the IL budget battle.
These candidates’ proposals and track records stand out for how frighteningly harmful they would be to students of all ages, teachers and public schools.
ALEC and the Koch Bros. have their eyes fixed on the U.S. Supreme Court, which is expected to issue a ruling as early as next week in Harris v. Quinn that could undermine the rights and protections of all workers.
There are some elected officials who are working overtime when it comes to instilling fear and dread in schools and working-class families. Meet America’s five scariest governors.
Ohio and Maine legislators agree with educators and other workers that right to work enriches corporate special interests at the expense of working families.
The anti-worker legislation is similar to a wave of “payroll deduction” bills in various stages in at least 12 state legislatures.
Since Gov. Walker’s time in office, the Wisconsin Education Association Council (WEAC), labor groups, and other statewide organizations have been navigating Wisconsin’s new political and social terrain.
New ad from Protect Our Jobs sets the record straight on proposal to protect collective bargaining in Michigan.
Voters will decide this November whether to safeguard worker rights