Here are some recent lower court cases involving workers.
In a follow-up to Workers Memorial Day, OSHA will stage the largest occupational safety event ever next month.
"The practice to remove more persons from the right-of-ways of American railroads endangers the general public."
"The same forces that want to privatize the postal system and oppose voting rights want to keep the federal sub-minimum wage just like it is."
The City of Los Angeles has been placed on notice that a possible strike may be necessary in the near future if negotiations continued to be stalled.
Apr. 15 was more than the usual day of demonstrations. It was a turning point in the unity, politics, and organization of the movement to end inequality.
"It is no accident that they shut down our store, which has been a one of the most successful centers for organizing."
Leaders of the nation's two large teachers' unions are split on a bipartisan effort by a key Senate committee to rewrite the federal aid-to-education law.
The politicians "are marinated in money" says Steelworkers President Leo Gerard.
Low wage workers were joined by dozens of area unions and community organizations in a massive demonstration for $15 and a union.