In Barke v. Banks, CIR is challenging California law Section 3550, which directly prohibits public employers from criticizing government unions. But legislatures around the country are silencing union criticism in other ways—namely by mandating labor peace agreements. An LPA is a contract that an employer signs with a union beforeRead More → Posted in Case Updates
CIR is starting off the decade with two major new cases! In California, CIR is fighting a gag-law that prohibits public employers from criticizing unions. At the federal level, CIR is challenging a race-based set-aside law for government contracts.
You can read all about CIR’s latest work in the newest issueRead More → Posted in Case Updates