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Could the 5th Amendment Save Us From the PRO Act?

Some of the most important Supreme Court decisions fly under the radar when first argued. Cedar Point Nursery v. Hassid, argued in front of the Supreme Court this week, is one of those cases. In case you haven’t heard about Cedar Point (and I wouldn’t blame you, it...

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BREAKING NEWS: House Passes PRO Act

BREAKING NEWS: House Passes PRO Act

Wasting no time, the U.S. House of Representatives voted 225-206 to pass the PRO Act (or the Protecting the Right to Organize Act). It's the most expansive labor relations legislation since the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA) was adopted in 1935. Among its...

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2020 Review and Innovative Organizing in 2021

2020 Review and Innovative Organizing in 2021

by Phil Wilson The team at LRI RightNow just released our 2020 annual elections review. There are lots of interesting tidbits in this year’s report. Here are a few of the highlights that intrigued me. Unions racked up 31,610 newly organized workers in 2020 in just...

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Labor Relations Insight

by Phil Wilson State of the Unions – and LRI Like most of us, I’m ready to turn the page on 2020. As I reflect on the year, however, I’m actually surprised at how much we’ve accomplished. Looking ahead to 2021, I think about how the lessons of this year may help us as...

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Labor Relations Insight

Labor Relations Insight

by Phil Wilson Biden Labor Policy – What to Expect? It (finally) appears that we’ve settled on our next President, after enduring an election that was the perfect capstone to 2020. Even though President-elect Biden is all but assured to be sworn in on January 20, the...

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Labor Relations Insight

by Phil Wilson What’s happening with voter turnout in NLRB elections? This week Bloomberg News reported that union win rates in NLRB elections have remained steady over the course of this year (pre- and post-Covid), meaning that mail-ballot elections haven’t helped...

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