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.
MADISON (WORT) — The Wisconsin Assembly Committee on Labor kicked off the second week of debate on the controversial right-to-work bill. The legislation passed the Wisconsin Senate last week and could be law by the end of the week.
The Wisconsin State Senate passed Right to Work legislation late Wednesday night. The vote was 17 to 15, with all Democrats opposed and almost all Republicans in favor.
MADISON (WORT) — In response to Wisconsin Republicans fast-tracking a Right-to-Work bill, a coalition of labor groups have organized rallies at the Wisconsin State Capitol this week.
The Buzz assembles local labor luminaries to bring you the “State of the Unions.”
All kinds of labor issues popping up lately — Right to Work (for less), massive city and county union re-organization drives, and the intersection of low-wage worker strikes and the Black Lives Matter movement. Barry Eidlin joins the Buzz to put all this into context.