Bad Financials or Pretextual Reasoning: Is the Closure of Unionizing Stores Illegal Union-Busting?

*Erin Turvey I. INTRODUCTION In 2021, American approval of labor unions reached the highest point since 1965.[1] During the first half of fiscal year (FY) 2022, union representation petitions[2] filed with the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) increased by 57%.[3] Moreover, unions won more NLRB representation elections in the first half of FY 2022 thanContinue reading “Bad Financials or Pretextual Reasoning: Is the Closure of Unionizing Stores Illegal Union-Busting?”

First Amendment Challenges Threaten Funding Schemes For Public Sector Unions Could Shape The Upcoming National Election

First Amendment Challenges Threaten Funding Schemes For Public Sector Unions Could ¬†Shape The Upcoming National Election Christian Piatt* As politics returns to center stage with each party trying to find its next presidential candidate, the issue of public sector unions is coming before the Supreme Court.¬† Recently, the Supreme Court heard Harris where a smallContinue reading “First Amendment Challenges Threaten Funding Schemes For Public Sector Unions Could Shape The Upcoming National Election”