An organizing drive seeks higher pay and better funding and services for children and families who rely on subsidized child care.
In the face of a landmark Supreme Court ruling, public-sector unions are creating new strategies to survive — and in many cases, to grow.
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A year after Janus v. AFSCME, right-to-work forces organize against organized labor in California.
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In the wake of the Janus ruling, well-funded right-to-work groups are preparing digital and door-to-door campaigns aimed at California’s public-sector workers.
According to Seattle University law professor Charlotte Garden, today’s Supreme Court decision won’t be the end of the legal assault on the public-sector labor movement.