We posted before the election on the AFL-CIO-backed Proposition 201, which would have imposed a 10-year warranty on new Arizona homes and much broadened homebuyers' right to sue builders over dissatisfaction with their purchases. The state's voters didn't think much of the measure, defeating it by a four-to-one margin. Four years ago Colorado voters lopsidedly defeated a bill to expand construction-defect litigation in that state.
Election note: Arizona voters defeat construction-suit bill
- David Larcker on union activism
- Bainbridge on unions
- Police union abuse
- CLP Director James Copland in the Washington Examiner
- Labor unions spend four times as much as previously thought on politics
- New Podcast: Season-end report for the 2012 proxy season
- Manhattan Institute releases its Season-End Report for the 2012 Proxy Season
- Another big setback for public sector unions
- New Webinar: Shareholder activism concerning corporate spending disclosures
- Proxy Monitor: Potential Influence of ISS over Shareholder Votes
- New Proxy Monitor Report: Will alarming trends in shareholder activism continue in 2012?
- Lawyers ripping off condo-owners in Las Vegas
- "The Public-Union Albatross"
- Ohio union vote
- "NLRB Postpones Worker-Notification Rule"
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