How Can Illinois Get Back on Its Feet?

National Right to Work Committee

From January 2009, just a few months before the trough of the 2008-2009 recession, through July 2014, seasonally-adjusted nonfarm payroll employment across the U.S. increased by 5.0 million, or 3.8%. By historical standards, this is a very weak recovery.

UAW works to get members to vote

By David Shepardson, The Detroit News

The new president of the United Auto Workers is pushing to get union members and retirees to the polls on Nov. 4, spurred by Michigan’s enactment of a right-to-work law.

UAW readies for Big Three contract showdowns

By David Shepardson, The Detroit News

The new president of the United Auto Workers is moving to restructure the union as it gears up for one of its toughest challenges in years: next fall’s critical labor talks with U.S. automakers as it seeks pay raises for veteran workers and more equitable wages for newer workers.