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Oct. 23, 1989 Explosion and fire at Phillips Petroleum refinery in Pasadena, Texas, kills 23 and injures 314.- Union Communication Services

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NLRB Pick Litigated Reagan’s Air Traffic Case
Posted On: Sep 21, 2017
Sept. 21, 2017 | LABOR | President Trump’s nominee for the top attorney job at the NLRB argued against a now-defunct air traffic controllers union in a case that critics consider a key event contributing to decades of decline of union membership and wage stagnation. Peter Robb was nominated Sept. 15 by the White House to serve as general counsel of the National Labor Relations Board. Robb was the lead attorney in a controversial case that resulted in the firing of thousands of striking workers and the decertification of the Professional Air Traffic Controllers Organization… “The PATCO case was probably the most important labor conflict of the last part of the 20th century”… bna.com Related: Union representing workers at the U.S. Department of Labor are up in arms over plans to induct union-busting former President Reagan into the Labor Department’s Hall of Fame…workersindependentnews.com
 
 
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