Partisanship Is Ruining the NLRB

Previously in a post on The Hill’s Congress Blog, I noted that Congress intended the members of the National Labor Relations Board to be “impartial” and represent the public in labor disputes.


60 House Republicans Vote in Favor of Union Subsidy

In light of the Department of Veterans Affairs and Internal Revenue Service scandals, many Republican congressmen have come out against the practice known as union official time, which releases federal employees from their regularly assigned duties to conduct union business.


UAW Hikes Union Dues 25 percent

On Monday June 2, the UAW’s four-day constitutional convention commenced. And coming out of the convention is a really unpopular decision to increase union dues payments on union membership.