The Wisconsin Assembly passed seven bills dealing with the Wisconsin Department of Safety and Professional Services, or DSPS. That’s the state agency that provides licensing credentials in order for certain […]
After two weeks, there has been only slight movement in TruStage negot...
That’s the sound of people at a Car Caravan on Wednesday outside TruStage, formerly known as CUNA mutual group. This Car Caravan was part of an Unfair Labor Practice Strike […]
“An entire dang toilet:” Memorial high school students exp...
“We’re happy to work with you, but it shouldn’t be a privilege to pee in dignity.” That’s Cameron Craig, a junior at Vel Phillips Memorial High School and a non […]
Answering your labor questions: what is a union?
With so many businesses and workers forming unions lately, there is a lot of discussion surrounding the idea of a union. But what is a union? Labor Radio reporter Abigail […]
Nurses gather at the Capitol to fight against healthcare budget cuts
“It is a burden that still weighs heavily on our shoulders, our hearts and our minds. We have coached patients to breathe through the scariest moments of their lives and […]
Immigrant students rally at Capitol for drivers licenses, in-state tui...
Hundreds of students from Madison East, West and Lafollette high schools and UW-Madison walked out of school today. The walkout was part of a two-day action by Voces de la […]