A Dane County judge struck down Wisconsin’s right-to-work law Friday. Paul Secunda of Marquette University Law School talks about the legal basis for that decision and how likely it is to withstand an appeal.
A judge has struck down Wisconsin’s right-to-work law. Darien Lamen reports on the legal basis for ruling, and on the polarized response it has prompted.
What exactly is Right to Work, and what does it mean for Wisconsin’s workers? Alexia Kulwiec from the School for Workers gives us a legal primer.
During this edition of A Public Affair, on Tuesday December 11th, we turned our attention to Michigan and the ongoing unrest in the state. During the first half of the hour, host Cynthia Lin interviewed Liz Rodriguez, communications chair of the Graduate Employees Organization at UMich, who helped organize resistance to the anti-union “Right to Work” […]