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BY staff | Saint Paul, MN | 8/05/13
Saint Paul, MN - More than 240 members of Workers United Local 150 walked off the job from Health Systems Cooperative Laundries, August 5, forming picket lines at the plant entrances in a strike over unfair labor practices, which include the company’s unilateral discontinuation of sick-day benefits.
BY David Hungerford | Harrisburg, PA | 6/29/13
A rally here, June 25, protested school layoffs and closings in Philadelphia. Teachers, safety workers, librarians and others are affected.
BY Tom Burke | Kalamazoo, MI | 6/24/13
More than 100 workers and supporters rallied in front of Panera Bread in Kalamazoo, Michigan on June 21.
BY staff | Chicago, IL | 6/09/13
On a clear, sunny day here, June 7, over 150 supporters of striking Walmart workers gathered outside the downtown Walmart store.
BY staff | Louisville, KY | 6/07/13
Teamster Local 89 is a hotbed of opposition to the proposed contract with United Parcel Service. Across the U.S. there is a growing movement of UPS workers urging a no vote on the contract.
BY Freedom Road Socialist Organization, Florida District | Florida | 3/14/13
On March 5, Governor Rick Scott delivered his State of the State address to the Florida legislature, marking the start of the 2013 legislative session.
BY Peter Adamczak | Madison, WI | 1/29/13
Unions and community groups, including the Amalgamated Transit Union Local 998 (ATU), Disability Rights Wisconsin and Community Action Now (CAN) gathered inside the Capitol Building here, Jan. 23, for a press conference demanding a reversal of a 10% funding cut, increased funding for transit and the creation of a Regional Transit Authority with elected members.
BY Fight Back! Editors | Lansing, MI | 12/09/12
In the coming days, the unfolding events in Lansing, Michigan will be at the center of the class struggle in this country. A battle is under way that pits the labor movement and its allies against raw corporate power.
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