Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton (D) is ashamed of his state’s Civil War artwork hanging in the state Capitol. Here are the paintings he finds controversial.
John Gard says Republicans should have killed prevailing wage reform because it would help them win 2016 election.
They seek to squash talk of Right to Work reform, and since 2010 the Operating Engineers have switched which side they fund in Wisconsin politics. Here are the numbers.
A Florida teachers union filed a lawsuit to block special needs students from receiving scholarships to receive specialized instruction at private schools.
Wis. Dem. candidate for governor, Mary Burke, is using union labor to make her campaign bumper stickers, but not her family’s Trek bikes.
The United Food and Commercial Workers Union Local 1776 has been filing political and lobbying expenses under “representational activities” since 2011.
Florida Gov. Rick Scott learned an abject lesson in politics this week as Florida’s largest teachers union endorsed rival Charlie Crist.
Florida’s largest teachers’ union took credit for killing legislation to give educational scholarships to thousands of low-income students in the state.
Ex-Senator Van Wanggaard wanted to gut Gov. Walker’s collective bargaining reforms three years ago. Now Wanggaard wants to go back to the Senate.
Wisconsin is a great state for union bosses. Gov. Scott Walker’s public sector collective bargaining reforms of 2011 have not prevented union officials from making hefty six-figure salaries even as some of their organizations struggle to retain members.