Public union bosses in Pennsylvania regularly lobby state legislative leaders, but none of them are registered as required by the state’s lobbying law.
The Pine-Richland Education Association authorized a strike this week after twice rejecting the Pennsylvania Labor Relations Board’s fact-finding report.
Pennsylvania’s public sector unions are using dues — collected by taxpayer-funded resources — to fund dramatic advertisements opposing conservative reforms.
An average salary of $62,000 a year and low health insurance premiums wasn’t enough to stop a teachers strike in the Danville Area School District.
Pennsylvania’s largest teacher union has just organized the state’s largest charter school.
While the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education faces a huge deficit, the faculty union is using time and resources to oppose liquor privatization.
A local Pennsylvania school board revoked a generous teacher union contract approved by the previous “lame duck” board.
The union misled members about the status and content of labor negotiations.
As the head of a union whose members allegedly teach respect and civility, PSEA President Michael Crossey in his column, labeled critics of the failing public school system “bullies, who want to silence our voices.”
The state Ethics Commission has found that three officers of the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board (PLCB) violated the commonwealth’s Ethics Act by using their government positions for personal gain.