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Oct. 5, 1967
The UAW ends a three-week strike against Ford Motor Co. when the company agrees to a contract that includes more vacation days and better retirement and unemployment benefits. ~ DC Labor

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Local 391 Newsletter | Spring Edition
Teamsters Local 391
Supreme Court to Decide If Employers Can Sue Unions Over Vandalism
Teamsters Local 570
You Should Receive Voting Instructions By Mail Today
Teamsters Local 570
Supreme Court to Decide If Employers Can Sue Unions Over Vandalism
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CWA Local 1123
Week Ending 09/16/2022
Posted On: Sep 16, 2022

  Teamsters fight for highway safety, jobs
  • Why unions are having a moment right now
  • The strike that started the Red Wave
  • The war on inflation is about to get ugly
  • Five things to know about the railroad deal
  • Railroad companies chose profits over humane working policies
  • The looming rail strike was years in the making
  • Teamsters call on Congress to stand up for workers…
  • Today’s union-busters are following centuries-old playbook
  • 15,000 Minnesota nurses strike to put “patients before profits”
  • Striking Seattle teachers secure TA after rush of community support
  • Minor League Baseball Union part of a long history of organizing
  • Workers are still organizing despite obstacles

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