Countdown to Trump: Labor Looks Ahead to Trump YearsLabor council president thinks blue-collar workers will have buyer's remorse.
Anti Right-to-Work Leaders Prepare For Greiten's Promised ChangeThe Gov.-elect is vowing to sign a right-to-work bill into law, barring mandatory union fees.
Clergy, Unions Oppose Amendment SixMissouri's Voter ID initiative would be too restrictive and costly, they say
Ill. Village Becomes State's First 'Right to Work' ZoneA legal challenge is expected by those who think the town is being exploited by political connections
Judge Overturns Illinois Order Restricting Union DuesSt. Clair County's Christopher Kolker takes action against Governor Rauner's executive decision
Apartment Project Nears Completion at Site of St. Louis ArenaThose who've been working on the project will be saluted by the AFL-CIO Building Investment Trust during an event at the site Monday.
Sen. McCaskill Introduces Bill to Limit Government Red Tape on Building Projects"American employers can't afford unnecessary and duplicative delays while multiple federal agencies check boxes. We need a streamlined and navigable process..."
AFL-CIO Applauds Gov. Nixon's 'Paycheck Protection' Veto"Thank God that we have a Democratic governor that supports workers in the state because that bill is bad," Bob Soutier, President of the Greater St. Louis Labor Council said.
Lewis Reed Accuses Mayor Slay of Union Busting
Still Few Gains In Illinois Pension TalksOne suggestion: extend the temporary income tax increase, set to expire in 2015, and earmark that revenue towards paying the pension obligations.
$13 Million Facelift For Holy Infant Apartments In ShrewsburyNew HVAC, energy-efficient retrofits part of upgrade.
Details Of Multi-Million Dollar Shrewsbury Project To Be Unveiled TodayAnnouncement comes during annual PRIDE construction summit.