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SHAME ON OAK TREE PLAZA AND DEVELOPER STEVE WOLFSON.

SHAME ON OAK TREE PLAZA AND DEVELOPER STEVE WOLFSON. WOLFSON ALONG WITH BUILDER JEFF BROWN ARE ONCE AGAIN DESTROYING AREA STANDARDS.   ================================================== Instead of hiring skilled local labor, they…

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Norcross, Sweeney, Burzichelli, Glo.Co. Freeholders Announce Over $1.5M for Water Infrastructure Improvements at the Port of Paulsboro

PAULSBORO, NJ – Today, U.S. Congressman Donald Norcross, N.J. Senate President Steve Sweeney, N.J. Deputy Assembly Speaker John Burzichelli and the Gloucester County Freeholder Board announced that the Port of…

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Amerinox’s Workers Face Big Decision

Camden NJ:  Amerinox Processing is a full-range stainless steel processor located in Camden NJ.  The company was founded in 2002 and, according to their website, they are the premiere processor…

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Today in Labor – August 1st

After organizing a strike of metal miners against the Anaconda Company, Wobbly organizer Frank Little was dragged from his boarding house room by six masked men. He was beaten and…

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Today in Labor History – July 31st

Members of the National Football League Players Association (NFLPA) went on strike. The strike lasted only two days, but inaugurated the NFLPA as a real union. The new agreement won…

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Today in Labor History – July 30th

Automobile tycoon and fascist Henry Ford was born on this date in Dearborn, Michigan. His introduction of the assembly line and other mass production techniques revolutionized profit-making not only by…

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Today in Labor History – The Great Strike

30 workers were killed by federal troops at the “Battle of the Viaduct“, Chicago, during the Great Upheaval (AKA Great Strike). During the battle, U.S. troops and police attacked about…

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DeAngelo: BPU Storm Report Shows Areas In Need Of Improvement

(TRENTON) – Assembly Telecommunications & Utilities Committee Chairman Wayne P. DeAngelo (D-Mercer, Middlesex) Wednesday issued the following statement regarding the release of a report by the state Board of Public…

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Norcross Applauds Final Passage of Bipartisan Career & Technical Education Bill

Norcross Added-Provision Builds Awareness & Improves Effectiveness of Career-Building Programs   WASHINGTON, DC – Today, Congressman Donald Norcross (NJ-01), a member of the House Committee on Education and the Workforce…

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Today in Labor History: July 25th

After striking for seven months, New York garment workers won the right to unionize and secured a closed shop (a shop where everyone must join the Union) and the firing…

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