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    By Doug Cunningham The AFL-CIO is opposing Supreme Court Justice nominee Judge Neil Gorsuch. In a letter expressing its official opposition the labor federation told U.S. Senators that wages have been stagnant for decades because of the imbalance of power between working people and corporations.


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    By Doug Cunningham When Nabisco-Mondolez sent production of Oreos and other Nabisco products to Mexico, 600 Chicago workers lost their jobs. That galvanized the bakery union representing those workers - BCTGM - into action with a boycott of Nabisco's Mexican made products.


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    By Doug Cunningham The National Labor Relations Board trial against CHS, Quorum and Affiliates is underway on labor law violation charges. National Nurses United say the first hearing is focused on violations at Bluefield Regional Medical Center in West Virginia.


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    By Doug Cunningham With Trumpcare defeated nurses say it's time to go for real single payer universal Medicare for all style health care. Because even with the Affordable Care Act still in place there are still millions of people without health insurance.


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    By Doug Cunningham Thousands of Cornell University grad student workers will vote Monday and Tuesday to achieve union representation. Cornell Graduate Students United (CGSU) are affiliated with the American Federation of Teachers. AFT President Randi Weingarten was on campus over the weekend to help get out the vote. Voting is being conducted by the American Arbitration Association.


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    By Doug Cunningham On the April 4th anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s assassination there will be "Fight Racism, Raise Pay" protests in two dozen U.S. cities. Fight For $15 and the Movement For Black Lives are joining forces for the protests.


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    By Doug Cunningham [ACA Repeal Protests Chant]: "Our health care is under attack! What do we do? Stand up, fight back! Healthcare! Now! Healthcare! Now!" In a dramatic day of protests against the repeal of the Affordable Care Act, Republicans decided not to vote on the repeal Thursday. They don't have the votes to pass it.


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    By Doug Cunningham National Nurses United say the Republican destruction of the Affordable Care Act is “a mortal threat to the health and wellbeing of our patients and to the health security of our country.” And the nurses say Republicans aren't replacing it with anything that will benefit people who lack the healthcare services that they need.


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    By Doug Cunningham Economists at the Economic Policy Institute say the Republican healthcare bill will cost Americans an additional $33 billion out of pocket by 2026. That counts higher deductibles, co-pays and co-insurance costs. EPI says millions of Americans will also face higher insurance premium costs and millions more of us will be forced to go without any health insurance at all.


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    By Doug Cunningham UAW President Dennis Williams says the U.S. Senate's passage of Senate Joint Resolution 27 is a vote to roll back workplace protections that have existed for forty years. Williams says the Senate vote is a slap in the face of American workers. The Senate action would eliminate a requirement that employers keep health and safety records for five years.


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    By Doug Cunningham The AFL-CIO is opposing Supreme Court Justice nominee Judge Neil Gorsuch. In a letter expressing its official opposition the labor federation told U.S. Senators that wages have been stagnant for decades because of the imbalance of power between working people and corporations.


    Read More...

    By Doug Cunningham When Nabisco-Mondolez sent production of Oreos and other Nabisco products to Mexico, 600 Chicago workers lost their jobs. That galvanized the bakery union representing those workers - BCTGM - into action with a boycott of Nabisco's Mexican made products.


    Read More...

    By Doug Cunningham The National Labor Relations Board trial against CHS, Quorum and Affiliates is underway on labor law violation charges. National Nurses United say the first hearing is focused on violations at Bluefield Regional Medical Center in West Virginia.


    Read More...

    By Doug Cunningham With Trumpcare defeated nurses say it's time to go for real single payer universal Medicare for all style health care. Because even with the Affordable Care Act still in place there are still millions of people without health insurance.


    Read More...

    By Doug Cunningham Thousands of Cornell University grad student workers will vote Monday and Tuesday to achieve union representation. Cornell Graduate Students United (CGSU) are affiliated with the American Federation of Teachers. AFT President Randi Weingarten was on campus over the weekend to help get out the vote. Voting is being conducted by the American Arbitration Association.


    Read More...

    By Doug Cunningham On the April 4th anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s assassination there will be "Fight Racism, Raise Pay" protests in two dozen U.S. cities. Fight For $15 and the Movement For Black Lives are joining forces for the protests.


    Read More...

    By Doug Cunningham [ACA Repeal Protests Chant]: "Our health care is under attack! What do we do? Stand up, fight back! Healthcare! Now! Healthcare! Now!" In a dramatic day of protests against the repeal of the Affordable Care Act, Republicans decided not to vote on the repeal Thursday. They don't have the votes to pass it.


    Read More...

    By Doug Cunningham National Nurses United say the Republican destruction of the Affordable Care Act is “a mortal threat to the health and wellbeing of our patients and to the health security of our country.” And the nurses say Republicans aren't replacing it with anything that will benefit people who lack the healthcare services that they need.


    Read More...

    By Doug Cunningham Economists at the Economic Policy Institute say the Republican healthcare bill will cost Americans an additional $33 billion out of pocket by 2026. That counts higher deductibles, co-pays and co-insurance costs. EPI says millions of Americans will also face higher insurance premium costs and millions more of us will be forced to go without any health insurance at all.


    Read More...

    By Doug Cunningham UAW President Dennis Williams says the U.S. Senate's passage of Senate Joint Resolution 27 is a vote to roll back workplace protections that have existed for forty years. Williams says the Senate vote is a slap in the face of American workers. The Senate action would eliminate a requirement that employers keep health and safety records for five years.


    Read More...

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