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June 24, 1971
Seventeen workers are killed as methane explodes in a water tunnel under construction in Sylmar, California. 
~ Labor Tribune

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  Listen: Why unions are making a comeback
  • Teamsters Local 952 wins $37k grievance against UPS
  • Teamsters Local 150 wins $44k grievance against UPS
  • Can strong job growth in trucking continue?
  • Microsoft, union enter into labor neutrality agreement
  • The time is now to build a more compassionate America
  • Unions provide major economic benefits for workers, families

  • Workers gained power during Covid. A volatile economy will test that.
  • Amazon calls cops, fires workers in attempts to stop unionization nationwide
  • AFL-CIO president’s goal: ‘More than one million new unionists’
  • Starbucks threatens to end trans-inclusive health benefits if stores unionize
  • New (non-profit) news source makes its debut in Baltimore

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