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The organization behind Friedrichs, the Center for Individual Rights, has strong ties to individuals and groups that routinely against workers' rights. This lawsuit is part of those efforts. It's about undermining organized labor and further diminishing union strength and worker bargaining power.
Story by Erica Demarest, courtesy DNAinfo Chicago: COOK COUNTY CRIMINAL COURTHOUSE — When a Bridgeport woman riding the "L
Though the city easily deserves the top spot in the rankings, a fair number of Chicago museums deserve to round out the bottom. Here's a sampling of the least popular museums Chicago has to offer.
"People don't understand how organized labor leaders not only opposed SB 52, but declined for over a year to propose a solution
A new report by the Better Government Association found that the Chicago Transit Authority's retirement plan and health care
I have worked for CAVA for eight years -- since my oldest son was nine months old. For several years I recommended CAVA to homeschooling friends and colleagues with young children. Then things began to change.
If you live here, you have felt it. Perhaps you've thought, "I have been standing on this platform/bus stop for half of my life. Why? Someone must hate me."
Thanks to an exploding food movement over the past 10 years, more food than ever is now being grown in backyards, rooftops, vacant lots and abandoned factories throughout Chicagoland.
Are job protections for teachers to blame for educational underachievement among low-income students of color in California? That's the provocative question ostensibly at the heart of Vergara vs. California.
Story by Emily Morris, courtesy DNAinfo Chicago: Read the whole story at DNAinfo. The CTA warned commuters that all "L" lines