If you look closely, you'll find a lot of contradictions.
Floridians will bear the cost of DeSantis currying favor with immigration restrictionists.
The Commission's lone dissenter says Congress has not charged it with regulating noncompete clauses.
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With high job vacancies and a low birth rate, Germany is turning to the world to fill the holes in its economy.
The policy has some bipartisan support, despite the fact that it has mostly been a failure since its inception.
Four of the 12 unions representing workers on America's freight rail lines have voted to reject a new contract.
The constitutional amendment is an attempt to undermine the state's flat income tax system.
Collin College fired Suzanne Jones in 2021, after she voiced support for union activity and the removal of Confederate monuments.
Amendment 1 would grant public workers collective bargaining power over just about anything that affects them, ignoring the will of voters and lawmakers.
Thousands of people from Bangladesh, India, Nepal, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka have died while working on enormous infrastructure projects in the lead-up to the 2022 FIFA World Cup.
Having a city council secretly dominated by people with racist views is troubling, but having an entire political system controlled by one special interest group is also scandalous.
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The administration's draft regulations expand and complicate who the federal government considers an "employee."
Rather than being replaced by A.I., humans should plan to work with it.
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After a whole year of COVID-related learning loss, kids are now losing out on even more instructional time thanks to Seattle's teachers union.
Where have we heard before about government councils dictating terms to nominally private enterprise?
Unionization helps some. But it hurts more.
COVID-19 Gutted College Attendance. Now, a Solid Labor Market Is Convincing More High School Grads To Skip It.
The number of high school seniors going on to attend college has plummeted in the past two years, deepening the already steady decline.
Frederick Douglass compared compelled labor to slavery. That objection still stands.
The U.S. is missing out on necessary high-skilled workers by faltering on immigration reform.
The terrible consequences of A.B. 5 keep coming.
The Senate is considering legislation that would improve the visa program for temporary agricultural workers and help relieve labor shortages that push food prices higher.
The state's trucking industry fears drivers will quit or work out of state.
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Unfortunately, so do more regulations and potential fines.
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The immigration bureaucracy is worsening one of the tightest labor markets in recent American history.
It’s great when innovations let us work less, but top-down, inflexible government demands are not the way to get there.
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