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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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July 19, 2013 | ECONOMY | The economic recovery of summer 2013 is playing out in an all-too-familiar way for poor and middle-class Americans: Gas prices are up, growth is slowing and there still aren't nearly enough new jobs to employ the almost 12 million people who are looking for work. An improving housing market and rising stock prices appear to have done little to boost the take-home pay of the typical American worker. Full story here.


 
 
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