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Sept. 21, 1991: Members of five unions at the Frontier Hotel-Casino in Las Vegas begin what was to become the longest successful hotel strike in U.S. history. All 550 workers honored the picket line for the entirety of the 6-year, 4-month, 10-day fight against management’s insistence on cutting wages and eliminating pensions.- Union Communication Services

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Oct 27, 2011
TEAMSTER NEWS For immediate Release September 6, 2011 Listen Up, Fulton County Commissioners: Don’t Solve the County’s Problems on the Backs of Public Servants Fulton County’s Probation Officers and Domestic Relation Officers are quietly working in our community every day and every night. They keep our schools and neighborhoods safe.
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