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    By Doug Cunningham California's Labor Commissioner is ordering XPO logistics to re-pay more than $850,000 in stolen port trucker wages to four Port Of Los Angeles/Long Beach drivers. The workers were illegally mis-classified as independent contractors instead as what they are - employees. Jose Herrera is one of the drivers who's wages were stolen by XPO.


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    By Doug Cunningham As IBEW Local 3's strike against Charter Communications/Spectrum in New York and New Jersey continues the company refuses to bargain and is demanding concessions. The giant cable communications company has refused to bargain with IBEW Local 3 for over two years. The strike started March 28th.


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    By Doug Cunningham [Bloomingdale's RWDSU Worker]: "We need a real living wage that allows us to support our families and to put bread and butter on our tables." A Bloomingdale's union worker speaking at a rally in New York.


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    By Doug Cunningham [Marc Perrone]: "America's gotta wake up. This economy - if it doesn't create good sustainable jobs for people - it's gonna continue to feed the very division, despair and disparity that's taking place and driving this country apart." United Food and Commercial Workers President Marc Perrone. Nearly 90,000 U.S.


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    By Doug Cunningham The Fix LA Coalition is calling on city department heads to fulfill Mayor Eric Garcetti's promise to create 5,000 new jobs to restore city services. Budget hearings are under way for Los Angeles.


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    By Doug Cunningham Now that we've settled up our taxes with Uncle Sam, what would tax reform that actually works for working people look like? Kelly Ross is Deputy Policy Director at the AFL-CIO. [Kelly Ross]: "We need to have more revenue and it needs to come from big corporations and the wealthy. Clearly we have a problem with the current system which is that it's broken.


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    By Doug Cunningham AFGE Council 238- a union representing EPA workers - says if EPA’s budget is really cut by the 31 percent Trump wants environmental protection will be crippled. The Trump administration wants to cut EPA funding to the states while closing two of ten U.S. EPA regional offices.


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    By Doug Cunningham Did you notice the Wal-Mart tax as you paid your taxes this year? In case you missed it the Wal-Mart tax costs working taxpayers $6.2 billion a year. With a B. Every year. According to a 2014 report by Americans for Tax Fairness, Walmart gets an estimated $6.2 billion in subsidies every year, most from the Federal Government.


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    By Doug Cunningham College students are spreading a fast for justice aimed at the Wendy’s fast food chain. Sarasota Florida New College students went on a five day fast in solidarity with fasting Ohio State students urging a boycott against Wendy’s. The fasting students support the Coalition of Immokalee Workers efforts to get Wendy’s to join the Fair Food Program.


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    By Doug Cunningham New Mexico House Speaker Brian Egolf says Democrats will continue to push to improve the lives of working families after GOP Governor Susana Martinez vetoed minimum wage increases. The House bill would have increased New Mexico's minimum wage of $7.50 per hour to $9.25 per hour. A state Senate bill would have hiked the minimum wage to $9 an hour.


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    By Doug Cunningham California's Labor Commissioner is ordering XPO logistics to re-pay more than $850,000 in stolen port trucker wages to four Port Of Los Angeles/Long Beach drivers. The workers were illegally mis-classified as independent contractors instead as what they are - employees. Jose Herrera is one of the drivers who's wages were stolen by XPO.


    Read More...

    By Doug Cunningham As IBEW Local 3's strike against Charter Communications/Spectrum in New York and New Jersey continues the company refuses to bargain and is demanding concessions. The giant cable communications company has refused to bargain with IBEW Local 3 for over two years. The strike started March 28th.


    Read More...

    By Doug Cunningham [Bloomingdale's RWDSU Worker]: "We need a real living wage that allows us to support our families and to put bread and butter on our tables." A Bloomingdale's union worker speaking at a rally in New York.


    Read More...

    By Doug Cunningham [Marc Perrone]: "America's gotta wake up. This economy - if it doesn't create good sustainable jobs for people - it's gonna continue to feed the very division, despair and disparity that's taking place and driving this country apart." United Food and Commercial Workers President Marc Perrone. Nearly 90,000 U.S.


    Read More...

    By Doug Cunningham The Fix LA Coalition is calling on city department heads to fulfill Mayor Eric Garcetti's promise to create 5,000 new jobs to restore city services. Budget hearings are under way for Los Angeles.


    Read More...

    By Doug Cunningham Now that we've settled up our taxes with Uncle Sam, what would tax reform that actually works for working people look like? Kelly Ross is Deputy Policy Director at the AFL-CIO. [Kelly Ross]: "We need to have more revenue and it needs to come from big corporations and the wealthy. Clearly we have a problem with the current system which is that it's broken.


    Read More...

    By Doug Cunningham AFGE Council 238- a union representing EPA workers - says if EPA’s budget is really cut by the 31 percent Trump wants environmental protection will be crippled. The Trump administration wants to cut EPA funding to the states while closing two of ten U.S. EPA regional offices.


    Read More...

    By Doug Cunningham Did you notice the Wal-Mart tax as you paid your taxes this year? In case you missed it the Wal-Mart tax costs working taxpayers $6.2 billion a year. With a B. Every year. According to a 2014 report by Americans for Tax Fairness, Walmart gets an estimated $6.2 billion in subsidies every year, most from the Federal Government.


    Read More...

    By Doug Cunningham College students are spreading a fast for justice aimed at the Wendy’s fast food chain. Sarasota Florida New College students went on a five day fast in solidarity with fasting Ohio State students urging a boycott against Wendy’s. The fasting students support the Coalition of Immokalee Workers efforts to get Wendy’s to join the Fair Food Program.


    Read More...

    By Doug Cunningham New Mexico House Speaker Brian Egolf says Democrats will continue to push to improve the lives of working families after GOP Governor Susana Martinez vetoed minimum wage increases. The House bill would have increased New Mexico's minimum wage of $7.50 per hour to $9.25 per hour. A state Senate bill would have hiked the minimum wage to $9 an hour.


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