Wow. Last week there was yet another out-of-state special interest group trying to tell New Hampshire how to run OUR government.
Federal employees won the right to receive Workers' Compensation insurance coverage in1916.
Public sector job cuts are politically motivated, orchestrated by the Republicans and disproportionately hurting women and minorities.
With Chicago teachers facing a hostile mayor and Chicago Board of Education in negotiations for a new contract, 90% of teachers union members have voted to authorize a strike.
The legislative session was unable to reach an agreement. Gov. Quinn has promised to call a special summer session to pass pension reform legislation.
Even as Mayor Michael Bloomberg ladles out billions of dollars to contractors in questionable deals, the multimillionaire former businessman is trying to cut pay of 10,000 of the city's municipal trades workers.
From coast to coast, mayors and city councils are hacking away at firefighters' ranks in desperate attempts to cut budgets and save cash by cutting workers.
Jobs, justice and voting rights were the focus of two mass rallies in New York City.
The National Nurses Union led a coalition of U.S. unions that demonstrated in six cities on Nov. 30 to back British public workers, who staged a one-day strike.
Republican union busters are planning, just in time for the holidays, a shut down of the Federal Aviation Administration.