DOL Rescinds Union Transparency Rule

Organized labor’s honeymoon with the Biden administration seemingly continues unabated as earlier this month, the Department of Labor (DOL) rescinded a Trump-era rule requiring financial transparency on the part of labor unions. The union financial disclosure rule became effective on April 6, 2020 and required unions with more than $250,000 in annual receipts to fill…

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NLRB GC Makes Plans Known

It took quite a bit of time for newly installed General Counsel at the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) Jennifer Abruzzo to win final Senate confirmation to the post, but she’s not wasting any time in setting a new tone for the agency now that she’s in the position.  Shortly after she was sworn into…

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Labor’s Friend in the White House

Back during the 2020 Presidential Campaign, then candidate Joe Biden made it clear where he would come down on labor issues, pledging to the AFL-CIO at a Labor Day event that he will be “the strongest labor president you ever had” when he is in the White House. Well, he’s only been there two days,…

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Tale of Two Union Endorsements

As we get closer to the November election, we’ll see more endorsements coming on a regular basis, but over the past week plus, two unions with very different views of the critical issues facing the nation today, each endorsed a candidate for President this week. Service Employees International Union (SEIU), architect organization behind the Fight…

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Union Work Pays Off for Labor

Organized labor was active as usual in the elections this past Tuesday, but this year those efforts apparently paid some pretty good dividends for the unions. Unions (especially SEIU and the Fight for $15) are claiming credit for a couple of gubernatorial victories – the defeat of Governor Scott Walker in Wisconsin and Illinois Governor…

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