Unionization helps some. But it hurts more.
In April, workers in Bessemer, Alabama, voted 2-to-1 not to unionize. Now they may be asked to recast their votes.
After the Janus ruling, AFSCME lost 98 percent of its agency fee-paying members, while the SEIU lost 94 percent.
After Janus ruling, state lawmaker in New York wants to include collective bargaining costs in state union contracts.
A landmark victory for workers' rights will have major ramifications for the future of public sector unions.
Union-backed report finds unions could be screwed.
Can public sector unions force recalcitrant workers to pay dues, or does that violate the First Amendment?
DOJ argues workers are being forced to subsidize political positions with which they may disagree.