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Coughlin Bill to Enhance Workplace Democracy Clears Assembly Panel (TRENTON) – March 19, 2018:  Legislation sponsored by Speaker Craig Coughlin designed to ensure labor unions are able to carry out...
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Labor Day – 2017 – Parade kicks off at Local 19 Sheet Metal Workers Hall. Unions continue to give back and build communities.
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The Sheet Metal Workers Local 19 are taking the drug addiction epidemic crisis to an entire new level. From educating people on the streets to holding seminars for their apprentices...
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Tony Luke Jr. tragically lost his son to drug addiction disease. He has turned his sons death into a vengeance to help anyone he can reach and started the Brown...
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Dan Cosner, President of the Camden Labor Council talks about how the building trades work to support candidates at election time.
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By Shannon Eblen It was a bittersweet moment for Ed Loomis. It was his second-to-last day as business manager of the International Union of Elevator Constructors Local 5. Sitting in...
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In September of 1882, an estimated 10,000 workers gathered in New York City to march in a parade, watch fireworks, dance, drink and eat in what is recognized as the...
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Credit: Visit the Voices of Labor Online Store In the midst of the Great Strike, Maryland state militia fired on striking railroad workers in Baltimore, killing 50. – 1877 New York...
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By: Steve Sears – Voices of Labor  First anthracite coal strike in U.S. – 1842 Labor organizer Ella Reeve “Mother” Bloor born on Staten Island, NY. Among her activities: investigating...
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By Joe Tansey Photos: Mike Tribulas   There’s no other way to put it. The skilled labor force in Hamilton is frustrated. They are tired of being overlooked by the town...
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