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Bernie Sanders’ Plan Could Put a Union in Every Workplace

Shaun Richman Working In These Times
Where Sanders’ labor platform is most exciting is its proposal for new workers’ rights and forms of union representation that transcend the National Labor Relations Board framework of enterprise-based contract bargaining

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NLRB Rolls Back Workers Right to Concerted Activity

Keahn Morris and John Bolesta Labor & Employment Law Blog
This article is from a corporate law firm, but it offers a concise summary of last weeks decision by the NLRB to roll back the rights of workers to engage in protected concerted activity.

Trumpistas Seek to Deflate Labor’s Friend

Daniel Boguslaw is an editorial intern at The American Prospect. The American Prospect
The NLRB persists in its fight to outlaw Scabby the Rat, the balloon rodent who helps out workers when they picket their bosses.

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Uber Wins Big in NLRB SuperShuttle Decision

Alison Griswold Quartz
If SuperShuttle drivers, with all their restrictions and prohibitions, aren’t employees in the eyes of a Republican NLRB, then Uber’s case before that same board is no longer a question mark. It’s a slam dunk.
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