Hillary Rodham Clinton criticized Gov. Scott Walker over his stances on health care, unions and equal pay.
Unions are fighting the practice known as “double-breasting,” when contractors set up a separate non-union company to get around collectively bargained obligations.
Eliminating tenure in state law, as Walker proposed in January and a Republican-controlled legislative committee approved earlier this month, is part of a larger overhaul of higher education policy.
Despite the surface similarities, a number of new factors make 2015’s standoff different, and perhaps simpler, than the 2011 episode.
Against the backdrop of brimming post-recession optimism, the worker shortage looming for years is beginning to sting as baby boomers retire and the pipeline of new workers undershoots demand.
Lawmakers, construction companies and local government leaders sparred Tuesday over a Republican bill that would repeal Wisconsin’s prevailing wage law
A bill by DFL Sen. Terri Bonoff that mirrors teacher layoff provisions in the House bill appears down the list of priorities for the Senate majority.
Wisconsin’s ‘right-to-work’ law inspires at least one road builder to grow in Minnesota.
Legislative debates on the issue are generally badly informed, partisan-driven, or woefully devoid of fact-based impartial evidence.
The state Senate’s majority leader brought up the possibility of exemptions meant to preserve construction unions’ role in training workers.
Minnesota’s home care workers took a historic step toward forming a union on Tuesday.
A review by the House’s Select Committee on Living Wage Jobs shows the growth of low-wage jobs far outstripping the creation of high-paying ones.
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