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BY Tom Burke | Chicago, IL | 7/13/17
John Coli, president of Joint Council 25 of the Teamsters Union, was indicted July 12 on federal charges that he extorted $100,000 in cash from a local business.
BY Tom Burke | Grand Rapids, MI | 7/06/17
Members and staff of United Food and Commercial Workers Local 951 are picketing the entrance to Pearson Foods on July 6.
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BY staff | Rochester, MN | 7/03/17
Members of SEIU Healthcare MN, AFSCME Council 65 and Teamsters 120 have spent the last year in a battle with Mayo Clinic. It started with Mayo’s surprise announcement in July 2016 that they would subcontract Mayo food service workers out to Morrison Food Services starting in 2017.
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BY staff | Minneapolis, MN | 6/09/17
A row of chairs reserved for the University of Minnesota Board of Regents sat empty while university unions held their own public hearing on university budget, June 8.
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BY staff | St Paul, MN | 5/24/17
Hundreds of trade unionists, supporters of immigrant rights, and other progressives have been filling the halls of the Minnesota State Capitol building today, May 24, after a Republican move that placed a host of anti-worker and anti-immigrant measures in finance bills.
BY Gabriella Killpack | Salt Lake City, UT | 5/22/17
50 union members and supporters picketed the AT&T store, May 21, in South Jordan, Utah in support of the Communication Workers of America’s three-day strike.
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BY staff | Chicago, IL | 5/20/17
AT&T workers in Chicago walked off the job and hit the picket lines today, May 19.
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BY Katherine Draken | Tallahassee, FL | 5/09/17
On May 1, around 30 workers, students and community members gathered in front of the Greater Tallahassee Chamber of Commerce to celebrate International Workers Day and to stand in solidarity with immigrants and refugees.
BY staff | Chicago, IL | 5/06/17
Union educators at Passages Charter School voted overwhelmingly to strike, May 4, after nearly a year of bargaining with management has failed to produce a decent contract.
BY staff | New York, New York | 5/02/17
Several hundred gathered at Union Square on May 1 to celebrate International Workers Day.
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