UFCW Local 1776’s current legal director was disbarred from the practice of law over 20 years ago.
The United Food and Commercial Workers union bosses have a habit of flouting Pennsylvania state lobbying laws.
UFCW President Wendell W. Young IV uncharacteristically downplayed his lobbying activities after Media Trackers reported he is not registered to lobby as state law requires.
Pennsylvania’s public sector unions are using dues — collected by taxpayer-funded resources — to fund dramatic advertisements opposing conservative reforms.
Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board (PLCB) Marketing Director Jim Short’s career came to an abrupt end last week with his retirement just days before publication of a State Ethics Commissioner report that will likely cast him in a negative light.
Rob McCord’s campaign for the Democratic gubernatorial nomination received a major boost Wednesday when the state’s largest teacher union endorsed him.
Campaign finance reports filed on January 31 serve as a reminder that Big Labor holds the purse strings of the Ohio Democratic Party (ODP).
Pennsylvania’s paycheck protection bill is distorted by media and union officials and poorly understood by many union members.
public-sector union leaders are preparing to thwart Gov. Tom Corbett’s popular legislative priorities: getting Harrisburg out of the booze business and overhauling the pension program for state and public school employees.
Most of Ohio’s big unions had already endorsed gubernatorial candidate Ed FitzGerald and the rest of the statewide Democrat slate by the end of 2013, before FitzGerald dropped Sen. Eric Kearney (D-Cincinnati) from the ticket and gained a primary challenger.