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2012-2013 HSF/AT&T Foundation Scholarship Program

This is to remind you that it is not too late to apply for the HSF/AT&T Foundation Scholarship Program. In case you missed previous announcements, the scholarship information is a...

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What About The State Of the Unions, Mr. President?

Unions? Organized labor? The AFL-CIO? Those words were nowhere to be heard in President Obama's State of the Union address, despite labor's vital role in the economy and strong s...

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Indiana House OKs Right-To-Work

Indiana’s Republican-controlled House of Representatives cleared the way Wednesday to become the first right-to-work state in a traditionally union-heavy Rust Belt increasingly ta...

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More Lockouts As Companies Battle Unions

Many Americans know about the highly publicized lockouts in professional sports — like last year’s 130-day lockout by the National Football League and the 161-day lockout by the ...

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Line of Scrimmage Forms Over Union Bill

INDIANAPOLIS — This city is in full preen for its moment in the spotlight, its first Super Bowl. Everywhere, workers sprouted from cherry pickers over the weekend, hanging footbal...

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How U.S. Lost Out on iPhone Work

"Nothing like Foxconn City exists in the United States. The facility has 230,000 employees, many working six days a week, often spending up to 12 hours a day at the plant. ...

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Chinese Workers Threaten Suicide At Foxconn

Around 300 workers at a Foxconn plant climbed on to the roof and threatened to commit suicide over pay-cuts, conditions, and lack of compensation. Is enough being done for the work...

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HOOSIERS WANT MORE TIME; PUBLIC REFERENDUM ON “RIGHT TO WORK”

For Immediate Release: Monday, Jan. 16, 2012 Media Contact: Jeff Harris, Indiana State AFL-CIO, 317.632.9147 INDIANAPOLIS – Hoosiers overwhelmingly support a public ...

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Income Inequality Is A Policy Of Choice- By: Ross Eisenbrey

In a speech at the Center for American Progress, the Chairman of the Council of Economic Advisors, Alan Krueger, laid out a compelling argument that rising inequality is a danger n...

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NABET-CWA/NBCU NEGOTIATIONS - "Tentative Agreement Reached" BULLETIN #31

The NABET-CWA Network Negotiating Committee has reached a tentative agreement with NBC Universal on a new contract to replace the Master Agreement which expired on March 31, 2009. ...

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CWA National - News from the Front Lines

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