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Aug. 21, 1952
A strike began against International Harvester by the United Electrical Workers.

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RIP Brother Tony Carito
IBEW Local 648
Review: Unions Keep Watch on Corporations
Teamsters local 570
Review: Unions Keep Watch on Corporations
Teamsters Local 355
Interest Arbitration Panel for New Contract Appointed
Queens Area Local AMERICAN POSTAL WORKERS UNION AFL-CIO
House Majority Supports H.R. 2382
Queens Area Local AMERICAN POSTAL WORKERS UNION AFL-CIO
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IATSE Local 488
 
     
Supreme Court Ruling Gives Truckers a Victory and a New Weapon in Labor War at L.A. Ports
Posted On: Jan 16, 2019
Jan. 16, 2019 | WORKERS’ RIGHTS |  A U.S. Supreme Court ruling clearing the way for drivers to sue trucking companies could have a major impact on the labor battle that has raged for years at Southern California’s ports, according to worker advocates. Trucking firms may not block workers from filing class-action lawsuits, even if they consider them to be independent contractors rather than employees, the court ruled Tuesday. The unanimous decision came in a case filed by Dominic Oliveira, a long-haul driver for New Prime, a Missouri-based carrier with 5,000 contractors… Los Angeles Times  Related: Teamsters call ruling a great victory for workers in the transportation industry
 
 
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