The Service Employees and Jobs With Justice joined a last-minute campaign to get Congress to raise the minimum wage.
If all else fails, try shame.
Planned cuts to the U.S. Postal Service that would cost more than 100,000 active workers their jobs and other cuts, prompted eight retired union Letter Carriers to begin a hunger strike in D.C. on June 25. t
The Service Employees and Priorities USA have bought ads in key states with Hispanic-American populations, exposing the anti-worker, anti-Hispanic record Mitt Romney.
With Congress home for a two-week Easter-Passover recess, the Letter Carriers and other postal unions have seized the opportunity to campaign.
They're starting with a $25,000 reward to anyone who comes forward with inside information about a corporation's hidden funding of a SuperPAC.
The CEOs of restaurants like Chilis and Outback Stakehouse think that $4.65 an hour is too much for their tipped employees.
Another right-wing effort to throw public worker unions out of politics hit the U.S. Supreme Court agenda.
The nation's postal unions protested cutback plans that would close hundreds of distribution centers and lengthen delivery times.
The Service Employees became the third big union - and the second within Change To Win - to endorse Democratic President Barack Obama for re-election.