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June 28, 1988: The federal government sues the Teamsters to force reforms on the union, the nation's largest. The following March, the government and the union sign a consent decree requiring direct election of the union's president and creation of an Independent Review Board.


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Another Sad Day for American Labor
Updated On: Oct 14, 2011

Oct. 14, 2011 | In the streets there are millions of voices demanding an economy for U.S. workers and what does Congress do? It votes against The American Jobs Act. Why pass more glorified offshore outsourcing and corporate tax haven deals under the guise of NAFTA-like trade agreements? As predicted, already the South Korean press is saying this bad trade deal will allow them to flood the U.S. market with cheap autos and parts. Read more at EconomicPopulist.org   Related: "It is a shameful day when the U.S. Congress votes against its own people." General President Hoffa's official statement on the free trade agreements.


 
 
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