The nation’s largest federal employee union says forcing some federal employees to work without pay during a government shutdown violates the U.S. Constitution.
Nearly 3,000 union mine workers rallied Friday in southwestern Pennsylvania, the first major gathering of union members outside the states where lawmakers are already battling over collective bargaining rights.
Police shut down streets in Annapolis Monday night as thousands took part in a massive demonstration. Union members marched to Lawyers’ Mall and when they got there, they were greeted by other protesters wearing pig noses.
Thousands are expected to protest the governor’s pension reform proposal Monday night at a rally organized by Maryland’s largest union for state employees, as budget challenges return to the forefront in the General Assembly after weeks of debate on social issues.
The actions in Wisconsin struck a raw nerve with union members nationwide who showed up to protest from the East Coast to the West.
The head of the Transportation Security Administration said Thursday he would be willing to fire any federal airport screeners who strike or otherwise violate the agency’s new collective bargaining rules.
A Maryland resident is correcting an error on the tombstone of his great-great grandfather which misidentifies the man as a Confederate soldier.
History has been made in Baltimore City. Wednesday, city teachers passed a landmark contract tying their salary to the success of the students.