Last night there were tensions again on the streets of Barcelona as police battled to keep hundreds of independence supporters and around 70 prounion
That was by far the largest prounion
show of force in Catalonia in recent years, in contrast to huge rallies by separatists.
Increasingly, too, school board races have attracted attention and funding from political organizations, such as the prounion
and procharter school groups that made the recent Los Angeles school board election the most expensive in history.
So in a 2014 election, Americans for Prosperity--the main political arm of the Koch brothers--got involved in the school board race, in which two seats held by vocally prounion
members were up for grabs.
Returning to the labor law example, suppose a prounion
policy shift has the effect of bringing previously disfranchised voters to the polls and thereby pulling partisan and policy support closer to majoritarian political preferences.
Mr Darling, who led the proUnion
Better Together campaign that resulted in greater powers agreed for the Scottish Parliament, is expected to urge regional leaders to remain focused and united in keeping up the pressure on the main political parties in the run up to the general election.
lobbyists, however, gained serious traction in petitioning Congress for labor reform in 1928.
Another poll, by YouGov for The Times and the Sun, gave the prounion
campaign a slightly larger lead, putting the No vote at 52% and Yes on 48%.
It comes after the leaders of the three main prounion
parties in Scotland joined forces to pledge more powers for Scotland if voters reject independence.
Through it, folk singers such as Woody Guthrie and Pete Seeger found work by composing and singing prounion
songs with progressive social messages.
Senate and appoint prounion
activist members to the NLRB was a political, partisan act that had to be challenged," Burr noted in response to the court ruling.
and the prounion
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