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From the AFL-CIO May 18, 2020 This morning, the AFL-CIO filed a petition for a writ of mandamus in the U.S. Court of Appeals to compel the Occupational Safety and...
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By Kevin Stankiewicz cnbc.com – AFL-CIO president Richard Trumka on Friday warned that workers will be at risk of getting sick with the coronavirus if restrictions on businesses are lifted...
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By Tom Bergeron Trenton | May 12, 2020 at 4:13 am Editor’s Desk roi-nj.com State Senate President Steve Sweeney wants to reopen car dealerships, surgery centers and a host of...
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From the New Jersey AFL-CIO Media Center The New Jersey State AFL-CIO thanks and congratulates U.S. Reps. Andy Kim, D-3rd District, and Donald Norcross, D-1st District, for introducing the bipartisan...
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By Tom Moran | Star-Ledger Editorial Board In the rush to answer this crisis, Congress passed a stimulus bill fattening unemployment benefits so generously that millions of people will earn...
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Companies are moving manufacturing from China to Mexico not the United States by Brian Young May 04, 2020 ucommblog.com Trump’s trade war with China was supposed to result in manufacturing...
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One way to increase union power? Subsidize union membership fees By Edward Ongweso Jr vice.com Most companies are anti-union for bad reasons: they argue that unions are actually anti-worker, corrupt,...
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by Juliana Feliciano Reyes Philadelphia Inquirer The journalists at the News Journal in Delaware were set to vote last month on whether to be represented by a union. Two-thirds of...
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By Joseph N. DiStefano May 1, 2020 Philadelphia Inquirer Philadelphia may be a “union town,” as labor leaders brag, and some builders complain. Offices, schools, and hospitals are built with...
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By Michaelle Bond Philadelphia Inquirer When construction resumes Friday in Philadelphia, no work will be allowed in units that are occupied, and all work will be limited to specific hours...