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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
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HB 251 Win against Right to Work Bills
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Blood Drive at Pebble Hills Regional Command Center
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The Labor Movement Has a Card to Play – And We Need to Play It
Updated On: Feb 19, 2021
Feb. 19, 2021 | UNIONS | Card check, also called  “majority sign-up” (because it requires a simple majority of the workers involved to agree to move forward), has been a thing since the passage of the National Labor Relations Act in 1935. But as it currently stands in the United States, employers have the option to either recognize the newly formed union or force an additional step: a formal election. Those elections are put on by the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB); both sides present a case, and then the workers vote... Forcing employers to recognize unions formed by card check without an election has long been a priority for labor… In These Times
 
 
Teamsters Local 992
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