Missouri Carpenters union bosses are paid more than actual carpenters
Executives and staffers who run a large Missouri carpenters union are paid nearly twice as much as the workers they claim to represent. So much for solidarity...
Nanny State of the Week
New York’s soda ban could be back — but for kids only
A New York state assemblyman has proposed legislation that would ban the sale of sugary drinks 16 ounces or larger to minors across the state. Yes, that means you’d have to show ID before buying a bottle of cola.
Delaware city wants to compete with world’s fastest Internet speeds
A vote-watch group is accusing these Texas counties of violating the National Voting Rights Act by failing to purge dead and ineligible voters. In response, officials say they are reviewing their voter lists.
How the Cadillac tax will reduce your health care options
One of the most damaging features of the Affordable Care Act has yet to show its full effect. The high-cost plan tax, often referred to as the Cadillac Tax, is scheduled to hit employers in 2018 with a 40 percent tax on health benefits.
Survey shows 1 in 4 union households in Nevada unaware of right to opt-out