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Mar. 2, 1990
More than 6,000 drivers strike Greyhound Lines, most lose jobs to strikebreakers after company declares “impasse” in negotiations.
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Updated: Mar. 03 (00:05)

Dearly Departed Brother Danny Valdez
IATSE Local 33
Joint Council 80 Scholarship Applications
TEAMSTERS LOCAL 577
HB 251 Win against Right to Work Bills
IBEW Local 233
Blood Drive at Pebble Hills Regional Command Center
El Paso Municipal Police Officers' Association
Blood Drive at Central Regional Command Center
El Paso Municipal Police Officers' Association
Union shirt day is Thursday
AFSCME Local 2067
 
     
Organized Labor Built Vaccine Facilities
Posted On: Jan 14, 2021
Jan. 14, 2021 | COVID-19 | Across the country, states are rushing to rollout the COVID vaccine. As cases are spiking it has become more important than ever to get the vaccine produced and distributed as quickly as possible. When COVID-19 first hit, UCOMM reported on building trades unions rushing to build field hospitals to provided extra beds for hospitals that were bursting at the seams. Then when the vaccine was first approved, UCOMM reported on how Teamsters working at UPS were tasked with delivering millions of doses to the eastern part of the United States. Now UCOMM is taking a look at the unions behind building the facilities that produce the vaccine and the unions that are being tasked with getting their members vaccinated… ucommblog
 
 
Teamsters Local 992
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