Labor Notes #415

Today the Supreme Court will hear arguments on whether "neutrality agreements" are really just a bribe from the employer, and therefore illegal.

St. Paul teachers have gradually moved toward public participation in our negotiations—the community is literally at the table—with gratifying results.

Fracking is promoted by everyone from the CEO of Exxon to President Obama, but its impact on the public’s health led Pennsylvania nurses to take a stand.

Activists across the country are looking to duplicate the energy and politics of North Carolina's remarkable Moral Mondays movement.

Despite massive protests by unions, parents, and community organizations, 47 schools closed in Chicago, and 23 in Philadelphia, almost all in poor Black and Latino neighborhoods.

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