Site Map Icon
RSS Feed icon
 
 
 

Today in Labor History

Oct. 16, 1859
Pres. Woodrow Wilson signs the Clayton Antitrust Act ? often referred to as "Labor?s Magna Carta" ? establishing that unions are not "conspiracies" under the law. It for the first time freed unions to strike, picket and boycott employers. In the years that followed, however, numerous state measures and negative court interpretations weakened the law .

- Union Communication Services

Member Login
Username:

Password:


Not registered yet?
Click Here to sign-up

Forgot Your Login?
  Member Resources  
     
UnionActive Newswire
 
Join the Newswire!
Updated: Oct. 16 (16:05)

Hope NOT Hand Cuffs
RN Staff Council, OPEIU, Local 40, AFL-CIO, CLC
GENERAL MEMBERSHIP MEETING
RN Staff Council, OPEIU, Local 40, AFL-CIO, CLC
Ten Ways to Support Workers on Strike, and One Don’t
Teamsters local 570
U.S. Could Put Brakes on Mexican Trucks Under Trade Deal
Teamsters Local 355
Proposed Constitution and Bylaws
IUEC Local 18
Payroll Issue
APWU Cleveland Area Local
 
     
In Case You Missed These
Updated On: Oct 20, 2011

•  Support VZ workers – say iWon't to new iPhone
•  In the parks & 'hoods, folks say the same thing
•  Economic vandalism - they killed our jobs bill
•  Our decades-old labor rights under GOP attack
•  A USA-made house is a blueprint for creating good jobs
•  Here's 12 things you should stop buying
•  11 not-so-fun facts about our banking industry
•  Voter suppression is the goal of new voting restrictions in some states


 
 
Teamsters local 570
Copyright © 2018, All Rights Reserved.
Powered By UnionActive™

780695 hits since May 20, 2010
Visit Unions-America.com!

Top of Page image