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Charter Boycott Back On After Negotiations To End 20-Month-Old Strike Break Down
Building Trades, Features, Law and Politics, Municipal Government, New York, Retail

Charter Boycott Back On After Negotiations To End 20-Month-Old Strike Break Down

New York, NY – Striking Charter/Spectrum workers, on Monday, resumed their Governor Cuomo-backed boycott of NY1 and other corporate-run cable-TV channels following the breakdown of negotiations that could have finally ended IBEW Local 3’s nearly two-year standoff with the multi-billion-dollar telecom giant. 

NY Unions Jeer Amazon’s HQ2 Deal
Building Trades, Features, New York, Retail

NY Unions Jeer Amazon’s HQ2 Deal

By Steven Wishnia NEW YORK, N.Y.—Citing Amazon’s long anti-labor record, the union representing New York City’s retail workers has come out strongly against the city and state promising the online-sales behemoth more than $2.5 billion in subsidies to locate its new branch headquarters in Long Island City.

Health Care And Labor Rights: Unions’ Congressional Wish List For Democrats
Features, Law and Politics, National, Retail

Health Care And Labor Rights: Unions’ Congressional Wish List For Democrats

WASHINGTON—Health care, infrastructure, and education top labor’s immediate wish list now that Democrats have won control of the House, along with protecting Social Security, Medicare, and Medicaid from assaults euphemistically termed “entitlement reform.” On a deeper level, union leaders also want workers’ rights to organize expanded and American democracy taken back from the increasing tyranny…

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