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Past articles by Dave:

Democrats Propose Tax Reforms To Boost Union Membership, Discourage Union-Busting

Sen. Bob Casey says the changes would help “level the playing field” between workers and employers. → Read More

Starbucks’ Howard Schultz Broke Law In Talks With Baristas, Labor Officials Charge

The chain's famous CEO also faces a possible subpoena before the U.S. Senate to address union-busting allegations. → Read More

Elizabeth Warren And Bernie Sanders Hammer Kroger Over Wage Theft Allegations

Employees have filed lawsuits saying that the grocer’s new payroll system has left their paychecks short. → Read More

Teachers Qualify For Family Leave. Why Not Bus Drivers And Cafeteria Workers?

Sen. Tammy Duckworth is back with a bill that would extend the Family and Medical Leave Act’s coverage to millions more school employees. → Read More

Trader Joe’s Workers In Kentucky Form Union

This is the third store that the union, Trader Joe's United, has organized in under a year. → Read More

Trader Joe’s Posts 'Anti-Union Propaganda' Ahead Of Election At Kentucky Store

The union Trader Joe's United has organized two stores and hopes to add a third in Louisville this week. → Read More

U.S. Union Membership Rate Declined In 2022 Despite Organized Labor’s Gains

The labor movement added 273,000 members, but couldn’t keep pace with nonunion job growth. → Read More

The REI Union Effort Spreads To Another City

The Cleveland area store would be the outdoor retailer’s third to unionize in the past year. → Read More

This Coffee Chain Is Popping Up Everywhere — And Its Workers Are Already Feeling The Strain

The New York-based chain’s aggressive expansion has employees looking for a seat at the bargaining table. → Read More

Federal Trade Commission Proposes Historic Ban On Noncompete Agreements

The agency said banning use of the clauses would raise wages for workers across the country. → Read More

Senate Votes To Add New Protections For Pregnant Workers

Lawmakers also voted to expand protections for pumping breast milk at work to millions of women. → Read More

New York Enacts Warehouse Worker Protections Targeting Amazon

The Warehouse Worker Protection Act aims to crack down on stringent work quotas. → Read More

Democrats Vote To Force Contract On Rail Workers Without Paid Sick Leave

They didn't get much help from Republicans who professed to support the working class. → Read More

Democrats Prepare To Impose A Rail Union Contract That Many Workers Rejected

The party of paid family leave finds itself in a very awkward position. → Read More

Labor Board Tells Congress It Will Have To Furlough Staff Without A Funding Boost

Officials have warned that the agency's mission to protect workers' rights is in danger unless lawmakers step in. → Read More

Nebraska Voters Approve $15 Minimum Wage

The Republican-led state joins a list of mostly Democratic states on a path to $15 per hour. → Read More

D.C. Voters Approve Ballot Measure Eliminating Tipped Minimum Wage

The sub-minimum wage for servers would be gone by 2027, unless the D.C. Council decides to intervene. → Read More

Home Depot Workers Reject Union Effort In Philadelphia

The home-improvement chain still doesn't have a union at any of its 2,000 U.S. stores. → Read More

Chipotle Illegally Closed Store To Kill Union Effort, Officials Say

The burrito chain shuttered the Augusta, Maine, location before workers had a chance to vote on unionizing. → Read More

Amazon Workers In Albany Vote Against Union

The new Amazon Labor Union has lost two elections following its historic win in Staten Island earlier this year. → Read More