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    By Doug Cunningham [Peg Seminario]: "The future of safety and health for working people in this country I think is uncertain and indeed may be in danger." AFL-CIO Safety Director Peg Seminario. The AFL-CIO Wednesday released the report "Death On The Job: The Toll of Neglect". A hundred fifty U.S.


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    By Doug Cunningham Eight Yale student workers are on a hunger strike to get Yale to stop stalling and recognize their newly formed UNITE-HERE Local 33 union. The students won an NLRB union election but Yale is still making them wait to start bargaining on their first contract. Charles Decker is one of the fasting Yale student workers.


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    By Doug Cunningham Senate and House Democrats are proposing to raise the minimum wage in the U.S. to $15 an hour. In response Fight For $15 issued a statement from fast food worker and pro-union activist Terrence Wise. Wise says Democrats support $15 because they know it's the bare minimum workers need to live.


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    By Doug Cunningham [Bernie Sanders]: "Texas, are you ready for a political revolution?" The Bernie Sanders Tom Perez eight state "Come Together, Fight Back" tour is an effort to energize and mobilize a political opposition while strengthening the Democratic Party. One of the stops was in Texas where Bernie Sanders delivered his political revolution call to arms.


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    By Doug Cunningham With Korean war tensions ratcheted up Professor Christine Hong of the Korea Policy Institute says to understand what's happening you have to know the Korean War history. She says in that war the U.S.


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    By Doug Cunningham Union flight attendants from the AFA-CWA are picketing three major U.S. airports Tuesday demanding a fair labor contract for Mesa Flight Attendants. Chicago, Dallas and Phoenix airport informational pickets will be at United and American terminals. Mesa flight attendants voted overwhelming to authorize a strike if necessary to win a fair contract.


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    By Doug Cunningham For SEIU 99 Executive Director Max Arias the planned massive May Day protest in Los Angeles is an historic action. Arias says SEIU locals in L.A. are deeply involved in organizing for the "Resist Los Angeles" march and rally May 1st. [Max Arias]: "It's going to be a historic march.


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    By Doug Cunningham SEIU picked up 800 new members at Kadlec Regional Medical Center in Richland Washington after a worker vote on union representation. The new union workers are selecting a bargaining committee for their first labor contract negotiation.


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    By Doug Cunningham [Maria Elena Durazo]: "Resist, resist, resist. That's a pledge that more and more organizations and just individual people in this country are taking up. This is another moment - like the Women's March - to demonstrate that we oppose all of these steps frankly that are in the direction of fascism. And we won't stand for that in this country.


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    By JoAnne Powers Uncertainty in federal fiscal policy is creating a tenuous situation for U.S. jobs and the economy.


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    By Doug Cunningham [Peg Seminario]: "The future of safety and health for working people in this country I think is uncertain and indeed may be in danger." AFL-CIO Safety Director Peg Seminario. The AFL-CIO Wednesday released the report "Death On The Job: The Toll of Neglect". A hundred fifty U.S.


    Read More...

    By Doug Cunningham Eight Yale student workers are on a hunger strike to get Yale to stop stalling and recognize their newly formed UNITE-HERE Local 33 union. The students won an NLRB union election but Yale is still making them wait to start bargaining on their first contract. Charles Decker is one of the fasting Yale student workers.


    Read More...

    By Doug Cunningham Senate and House Democrats are proposing to raise the minimum wage in the U.S. to $15 an hour. In response Fight For $15 issued a statement from fast food worker and pro-union activist Terrence Wise. Wise says Democrats support $15 because they know it's the bare minimum workers need to live.


    Read More...

    By Doug Cunningham [Bernie Sanders]: "Texas, are you ready for a political revolution?" The Bernie Sanders Tom Perez eight state "Come Together, Fight Back" tour is an effort to energize and mobilize a political opposition while strengthening the Democratic Party. One of the stops was in Texas where Bernie Sanders delivered his political revolution call to arms.


    Read More...

    By Doug Cunningham With Korean war tensions ratcheted up Professor Christine Hong of the Korea Policy Institute says to understand what's happening you have to know the Korean War history. She says in that war the U.S.


    Read More...

    By Doug Cunningham Union flight attendants from the AFA-CWA are picketing three major U.S. airports Tuesday demanding a fair labor contract for Mesa Flight Attendants. Chicago, Dallas and Phoenix airport informational pickets will be at United and American terminals. Mesa flight attendants voted overwhelming to authorize a strike if necessary to win a fair contract.


    Read More...

    By Doug Cunningham For SEIU 99 Executive Director Max Arias the planned massive May Day protest in Los Angeles is an historic action. Arias says SEIU locals in L.A. are deeply involved in organizing for the "Resist Los Angeles" march and rally May 1st. [Max Arias]: "It's going to be a historic march.


    Read More...

    By Doug Cunningham SEIU picked up 800 new members at Kadlec Regional Medical Center in Richland Washington after a worker vote on union representation. The new union workers are selecting a bargaining committee for their first labor contract negotiation.


    Read More...

    By Doug Cunningham [Maria Elena Durazo]: "Resist, resist, resist. That's a pledge that more and more organizations and just individual people in this country are taking up. This is another moment - like the Women's March - to demonstrate that we oppose all of these steps frankly that are in the direction of fascism. And we won't stand for that in this country.


    Read More...

    By JoAnne Powers Uncertainty in federal fiscal policy is creating a tenuous situation for U.S. jobs and the economy.


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