The number of manufacturing jobs in Indiana and Michigan grew after those states passed Right to Work reforms in 2012.
Ohio’s economy continues to struggle and is losing ground to neighboring states, based on an analysis of multiple indicators recently published by the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia.
The aging head of the Wisconsin Wildlife Federation misreported facts and lied about what an Army Corps of Engineers letter really said about working with the Wisconsin DNR.
Union membership rates increased in 11 of 24 workplace freedom states in 2013, undermining Big Labor’s insistence that workplace freedom is “union-busting.”
A professor whose report on the geology of the Gogebic Range was relied on by the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources had her previous work on mining issues debunked by a geologist working for the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality.
Media Trackers takes an exclusive look at a brand new DNR report that contains inaccuracies, bias, and doomsday predictions about iron mining in Wisconsin.
Cincinnati activists are seeking pension reform to shore up their city’s fiscal situation while Cincinnati and other Ohio municipalities grapple with public-sector union demands similar to those which helped push Detroit into bankruptcy.
Union campaign committee We Are Ohio replaced its “No Rights At Work” logo on Facebook, where the group has 110,000 fans, the day after Media Trackers published a video of We Are Ohio leaders unable to cite any rights “No Rights At Work” would take away. The previous slogan was traded in for a warning about “so-called right to […]
The Ohio Education Association (OEA) downplayed and lied about violence committed by Michigan union protesters on December 11, 2012 in a January 19 post on the union’s blog. In the course of pushing OEA’s constant victimhood narrative, Dan Greenberg of the Sylvania Education Association complained that Fox News presented “a total distortion” of Big Labor’s […]
Ohio had lower per-capita disposable income than 12 of 22 workplace freedom states in 2011, based on data from the U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA). Although union bosses claim that allowing workers to opt out of union dues makes people poorer, a comparison of disposable incomes in Ohio, Ohio’s neighboring states, and workplace freedom […]