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    By Doug Cunningham AFGE, the union representing EPA workers, commends newly confirmed EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt for opening a dialogue with frontline EPA workers on his first day. But AFGE President David Cox Sr. also says he's eager to see if Pruitt will stand by a commitment to seek guidance from people who have made it their life's work to protect America's air and water.


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    By Doug Cunningham RN's and staff at Delaware County Memorial Hospital have planned a two-day unfair labor practices strike March 5th and 6th. Their non-profit hospital was bought by Prospect Medical Holdings, a subsidiary of the multi-billion dollar hedge fund Leonard Green & Partners.


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    By Doug Cunningham Honeywell is making an offer on a new labor contract to UAW workers it locked out of their jobs 9 months ago. UAW Local 9 had been willing to remain at the bargaining table while continuing to work when the old labor contract expired. But Honeywell made some demands and then locked the workers out rather than continue to negotiate.


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    By Doug Cunningham UAW President Dennis Williams says Trump's plans to ban Muslims and deport millions of people is the wrong approach on immigration. And he says confusing America's immigration problem with national security is dangerous. [Dennis Williams]: "When it comes to to security of the country I think that all of us want to feel secure.


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    By Doug Cunningham Teamsters Local 760 workers are on strike at Noel Canning in Yakima Washington. Local 760 Business Representative Bob Koerner told the Yakima Herald. [Bob Koerner]: "Employees at Noel Canning have voted to go on an unfair labor practice strike. Noel Canning has committed several unfair labor practices.


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    By Doug Cunningham [Dr. John Gartner]: "If we could construct a psychological Frankenstein monster, we could not create a leader more dangerously mentally ill than Donald Trump." Those startling words are from Baltimore therapist Dr. John Gartner speaking on MSNBC. [Dr.


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    By Doug Cunningham Bank workers Tuesday started a struggle for unionization in the U.S. 15,000 bank workers at Spain-based Santander Bank are declaring their intentions to form a union. The Committee For Better Banks and the Communications Workers of America are involved in organizing efforts to help U.S. Santander bank workers organize a union.


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    By Doug Cunningham The CWA and AT&T are still far apart on most issues as they continue to try to reach an agreement on a new labor contract for 21,000 workers. The union says it will not accept what it calls "greedy and retrogressive demands" from AT&T despite the company's huge profits. CWA says it wants a fair contract.


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    By Doug Cunningham The UAW says Challenge Manufacturing workers have reached their first tentative agreement on a labor contract ending a three-week strike. The 300 UAW Local 710 members had to strike to win the contract at a Kansas City plant of the Michigan-based Challenge Manufacturing company.


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    By Doug Cunningham AFA-CWA says GOP Rep. Tom Reed of New York has sent Trump a letter urging him to revoke or suspend a Norwegian Air International foreign carrier permit. The reason is that it threatens U.S. aviation jobs, according to the AFA-CWA. Reed told Trump the "flag of convenience" model used by Norwegian Air circumvents Norwegian labor laws.


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    By Doug Cunningham AFGE, the union representing EPA workers, commends newly confirmed EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt for opening a dialogue with frontline EPA workers on his first day. But AFGE President David Cox Sr. also says he's eager to see if Pruitt will stand by a commitment to seek guidance from people who have made it their life's work to protect America's air and water.


    Read More...

    By Doug Cunningham RN's and staff at Delaware County Memorial Hospital have planned a two-day unfair labor practices strike March 5th and 6th. Their non-profit hospital was bought by Prospect Medical Holdings, a subsidiary of the multi-billion dollar hedge fund Leonard Green & Partners.


    Read More...

    By Doug Cunningham Honeywell is making an offer on a new labor contract to UAW workers it locked out of their jobs 9 months ago. UAW Local 9 had been willing to remain at the bargaining table while continuing to work when the old labor contract expired. But Honeywell made some demands and then locked the workers out rather than continue to negotiate.


    Read More...

    By Doug Cunningham UAW President Dennis Williams says Trump's plans to ban Muslims and deport millions of people is the wrong approach on immigration. And he says confusing America's immigration problem with national security is dangerous. [Dennis Williams]: "When it comes to to security of the country I think that all of us want to feel secure.


    Read More...

    By Doug Cunningham Teamsters Local 760 workers are on strike at Noel Canning in Yakima Washington. Local 760 Business Representative Bob Koerner told the Yakima Herald. [Bob Koerner]: "Employees at Noel Canning have voted to go on an unfair labor practice strike. Noel Canning has committed several unfair labor practices.


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    By Doug Cunningham [Dr. John Gartner]: "If we could construct a psychological Frankenstein monster, we could not create a leader more dangerously mentally ill than Donald Trump." Those startling words are from Baltimore therapist Dr. John Gartner speaking on MSNBC. [Dr.


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    By Doug Cunningham Bank workers Tuesday started a struggle for unionization in the U.S. 15,000 bank workers at Spain-based Santander Bank are declaring their intentions to form a union. The Committee For Better Banks and the Communications Workers of America are involved in organizing efforts to help U.S. Santander bank workers organize a union.


    Read More...

    By Doug Cunningham The CWA and AT&T are still far apart on most issues as they continue to try to reach an agreement on a new labor contract for 21,000 workers. The union says it will not accept what it calls "greedy and retrogressive demands" from AT&T despite the company's huge profits. CWA says it wants a fair contract.


    Read More...

    By Doug Cunningham The UAW says Challenge Manufacturing workers have reached their first tentative agreement on a labor contract ending a three-week strike. The 300 UAW Local 710 members had to strike to win the contract at a Kansas City plant of the Michigan-based Challenge Manufacturing company.


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    By Doug Cunningham AFA-CWA says GOP Rep. Tom Reed of New York has sent Trump a letter urging him to revoke or suspend a Norwegian Air International foreign carrier permit. The reason is that it threatens U.S. aviation jobs, according to the AFA-CWA. Reed told Trump the "flag of convenience" model used by Norwegian Air circumvents Norwegian labor laws.


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