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BY staff | Chicago, IL | 1/25/23
On January 22, the United Faculty Union of the University of Illinois at Chicago ended a four-day strike, winning major improvements for the 1500 full time, tenured and non-tenured faculty represented by the union.
BY Liz Rathburn | Chicago, IL | 1/18/23
The United Faculty union at the University of Illinois at Chicago went out on strike, January 17.
BY staff | New York, NY | 1/09/23
On December 30, nurses at eight hospitals, including New York City’s largest, representing approximately 16,000 members submitted their ten-day notice to strike beginning January 9.
BY staff | Racine, WI | 12/18/22
On December 17, union members and supporters rallied in support of UAW Local 180 members who have been on strike at Case New Holland Industrial (CNHi) since May.
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BY Labor Commission, FRSO | United States | 11/30/22
On Monday, President Joe Biden publicly called on Congress to force union rail workers to accept the sub-par contract terms he helped craft.
BY Labor Commission, FRSO | United States | 11/30/22
On Monday, President Joe Biden publicly called on Congress to force union rail workers to accept the sub-par contract terms he helped craft.
BY staff | St Paul, MN | 11/21/22
On November 20, the Minnesota Nurses Association (MNA) livestreamed their announcement that around 15,000 Minnesota nurses in hospitals across the state will hold a strike authorization vote.
BY staff | Minneapolis, MN | 5/25/22
At 6 a.m. Tuesday, May 24, mental health workers at three Minneapolis area hospitals walked off the job and went on a one-day strike.
BY staff | Minneapolis, MN | 3/25/22
Early on Friday, March 25, the striking Minneapolis teachers and education support professionals reached tentative agreements that will be voted on by union members. They have been on strike since Tuesday, March 8.
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BY staff | Minnesota | 3/18/22
Just one day before public defense lawyers and support staff in Minnesota enter what could be a final mediation session before striking, their employer, the state of Minnesota, has begun a campaign to bust the union and weaken the resolve of the workers. Last week Minnesota public defense lawyers and support staff voted overwhelmingly to reject a substandard final offer and authorize a strike. That vote triggered a ten-day cooling off period before an actual strike could begin.
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