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/ Common Sense from California

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By Glenn Spencer, 9/30/2014

/ The Domino’s Effect

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By Sean P. Redmond  9/19/14

/ “Joint Employer” Meddling Gets Well-Deserved Scrutiny

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By Sean P. Redmond  9/15/14

The U.S. House of Representatives Subcommittee on Health, Employment, Labor, and Pensions last week held a hearing to examine the National Labor Relations Board’s (NLRB) apparent effort to upend 30 years of settled policy in order to expand the definition of a “joint employer.”  This latest initiative represents yet another attempt by the Board to accede to union demands to facilitate organizing campaigns, particularly in the fast food industry. 

/ Street Theater Thursday

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By Sean P. Redmond 9/5/14

/ Fast Food Protests: “Whatever it Takes”

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By Sean P. Redmond  9/4/14 

/ "Harris v. Quinn’s" Fallout

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By Sean P. Redmond 8/19/14

/ Doubling Down on "D.R. Horton"

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By Sean P. Redmond  8/8/14

/ Mistakes on the Lake in Indiana

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By Sean P. Redmond  8/6/14

/ Bergdorf Goodman: A Pyrrhic Victory?

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By Sean P. Redmond 8/1/14

/ Walker Wins Once Again

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By Sean P. Redmond  7/31/14

The Wisconsin Supreme Court handed Governor Scott Walker a decisive win today in a case that had challenged the validity of the governor’s labor reform law known as Act 10.  The victory effectively puts to rest the various legal challenges that unions had launched immediately after the Act was passed.