Report: Unions lost 400,000 members in 2012
Miller & Long President Brett McMahon on the decline in union membership.
Brian and Stuart Varney
LANSING, Michigan (Reuters) - As a trained aerospace engineer, Patrick Colbeck applied his penchant for data analysis and "systematic approach" to his new job in ear...
Steven Crowder, Andrew Sullivan battle over Michigan law
Heritage Foundation Senior Policy Analyst James Sherk and Merlin’s Law Group founder Chip Merlin on Michigan’s new right-to-work laws.
GOP state senator: This is about freedom of choice
State Senate Majority leader on why right-to-work legislation is good for Michigan
Michigan lawmakers pass new labor rules
Manhattan Institute’s Steve Malanga and National Right to Work Legal Defense Foundation President Mark Mix on the impact of right-to-work legislation on a states’ demographics and jobs.
Mackinac Center Director of Labor Policy Vincent Vernuccio and Labor Notes Director Mark Brenner on how Michigan’s right-to-work bills will impact the future for unions across the country.
Can House Republicans hold the line? GOP hardens stance on debt ceiling and Michigan union showdown.
Growing concerns public pension costs may push more cities into bankruptcy
Stossel looks at a charter school in Oakland that may be shut down and examines school choices and education unions
Will looming budget cuts squeeze states into recession?
Republicans continue to block Hagel nomination
Services gone, jobs lost and citizens left asking why is there no solution?
The Illinois Policy Institute’s Ted Debrowski on the national impact of Illinois debt problems.