The death of fast-track, Obama told the Center for American Progress, gives him the opportunity to construct a new trade policy to benefit workers in the U.S. and worldwide, that guarantees labor rights, that protects "buy America" federal, state and local rules and that is not tilted towards corporations, among other positive factors.
The money bill's positives led Richard Trumka to call it "a good start that moves in the right direction" on spending priorities.
On Sept. 25, 1789, the first Congress of the U.S. approved 12 amendments to the recently adopted U.S. Constitution, and sent them to the states for ratification.
Unionists will hit the streets by the thousands in August, campaigning all-out for comprehensive immigration reform.
Walmart's reversion to its normal widespread labor law-breaking has prompted Rep. Alan Grayson, D-Fla., to introduce legislation to protect the workers.
The Manufacturing & Workforce Development Committee of the Ohio legislature, unanimously voted to table three so-called 'right-to-work' bills.
The special representative to the National War Labor Board issued a report setting forth provisions respecting wage rates for women working in war industries.
The radical right, big business and GOP coalition that pushes right to work for less legislation suffered a setback in Virginia in late January.
Michigan's two controversial right-to-work laws are headed on a fast track to the state's Supreme Court.
Declaring, "We are a union of immigrants," Auto Workers President Bob King elevated immigration reform to a top spot on the UAW's lobbying agenda.