State Workers' Union OKs Potential Strike Over Contract Dispute With RaunerTens of thousands of Illinois government workers have voted in favor of authorizing a strike if contract talks don't progress.
Three-Day Strike Authorization Vote Begins For Chicago Teachers UnionChicago teachers were set to begin voting Wednesday on whether to authorize a strike, amid contract talks with the Chicago Public Schools, although a possible walkout is still months away.
Carpentersville Teachers Vote To Authorize StrikeBy a margin of 97 percent in favor, the Local Educators Association of District 300 — the teachers union in Carpentersville — ratified a resolution Sunday to authorize a strike.
Teachers' Strikes May Be Coming In Evergreen Park, Lake ForestThe city of Chicago is not the only municipality where a teacher strike is looming.
United Airlines Pilots Vote To Authorize StrikeChicago teachers aren't the only ones threatening to strike; United Airlines pilots could soon be walking picket lines.
Emanuel: Teachers' Strike Authorization 'Huge,' But Focus Is On KidsMayor Rahm Emanuel says the Chicago Teachers Union vote to authorize a strike is a "huge number," but he says he wants to focus on improving schools, and what an independent arbitrator might do to avoid a strike.
Both Sides Say They Want Resolution Before Teacher Strike Could HappenMore than 90 percent of teachers in the Chicago Public Schools voted to authorize a strike this week, in a move that the Chicago Teachers Union believes will provide a leg up in negotiations starting next month.
Chicago Teachers Vote To Authorize StrikeChicago teachers have voted to authorize a strike, setting the stage for intense contract negotiations to avoid a possible walkout in the fall.
Teachers Already Crying Foul As Strike Authorization Vote Wraps UpThe city could soon know whether Chicago Public Schools teachers are going to authorize a strike, but the teachers are already crying foul.
Teachers Cast Ballots On Whether To Authorize StrikeChicago Public Schools teachers began voting today on whether to authorize a strike.
Walter's Perspective: Mayor Wants Teachers To Shut Up And Do What They're ToldTomorrow will be a big day in Chicago. The teachers in our public schools will vote tomorrow on whether to authorize a strike.