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Apr. 23, 1993
United Farm Workers of America founder Cesar Chavez dies in San Luis, Ariz., at age 66.

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Updated: Apr. 23 (08:05)

5th Annual Care Giver Conference
Local 755 UNITED SERVICE WORKERS UNION
FROM THE EBOARD - AN ADMISSION
IBT Local 1108
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Teamsters local 570
FROM THE PRESIDENT | Reckless & Irresponsible
IBT Local 1108
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Teamsters Local 355
Officers elected by acclamation, April 13, 2018
UAW local 2200
 
     
OSHA Delays Start of Silica Exposure Rule Enforcement
Updated On: Apr 08, 2017
Apr. 8, 2017 | SAFETY & HEALTH | Citing the need for better education of construction firms and workers about how to battle exposure to cancer-causing crystalline silica dust, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) delayed the start of enforcement of its new silica exposure rule by three months. OSHA’s new standard would cut worker exposure to silica. Workers who inhale the dust can develop silicosis or lung cancer. The delay upset the AFL-CIO which, like the building trades, has lobbied for years to curb worker exposure to silica dust… Full story.
 
 
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