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May 27, 1935: The U.S. Supreme Court declares the Depression-era National Industrial Recovery Act to be unconstitutional, about a month before it was set to expire.
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Updated: May. 30 (12:43)

MEMORIAL DAY
Teamsters Local 264
A Message from Teamsters Local 688
Saint Louis Police Officers Association
Memorial Day 2016
TWU Local 513
Loss of our brother
UAW Local 1700
READ THE CWA BARGAINING REPORT FOR VERIZON CONTRACT HERE
CWA Local 1103
FINAL BARGAINING REPORT
Communications Workers of America Local 1120
 
     
This Day in Labor History: June 10, 1963
Updated On: Jun 10, 2013

June 10, 2013 | WAGE EQUALITY | On this day 50 years ago, President John F. Kennedy signed the Equal Pay Act in an effort to abolish wage discrimination based on gender. Half a century later, the Obama administration is pushing Congress to pass the Paycheck Fairness Act, designed to make wage differences more transparent. Learn more here.


 
 
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