The freedom to spend your money as you wish, and not to spend it to advance causes or organizations you oppose, is under assault in Virginia as political leaders attempt to repeal or weaken the commonwealth’s right-to-work law.View Report
Negative press is rocking teacher unions across the Virginia.
Richmond school employees will soon face a difficult choice.
Lawmakers Seek to Protect Public Employees
Virginia’s new collective bargaining law is forcing local government officials to deal with a controversial issue fraught with potential errors and legal risks.
City Council decision on collective bargaining will have a major impact on taxes and public safety.
Allowing collective bargaining will put yet another special interest ahead of the parents who simply want a say in what is best for their children.
County supervisors’ decision on collective bargaining will have a major impact on taxes and public safety.
Local government leaders are negotiating with union executives who have not been officially recognized by public employees they claim to represent.
If a Virginia locality must for whatever reason allow a broader scope of bargaining there are several things that should be expressly prohibited.
Alexandria’s new public sector collective bargaining ordinance is a bad deal for public workers.