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Listen To Teamster Nation News For April 9-15



U.S. Foods workers in Corona, Calif. seek Teamster representation as sale with Sysco looms; Judge approves Baltimore school bus workers’ $1.25 million settlement with Durham over unpaid wages; Teamsters applaud new Los Angeles waste plan proposal; Taylor Farms workers join with nephew of Cesar Chavez; former McDonalds managers admit to fudging worker pay; Why the same ‘ol, same ‘ol on trade isn’t a good idea for workers.


75 U.S. Food workers in Corona, Calif. warehouse call on company to recognize  Local 63 as their bargaining representative; More than 370 Baltimore school  bus workers set to receive back pay as part of settlement with Durham School Services approved by judge;  Los Angeles City Council gives thumbs-up to revamped waste plan backed by Teamsters that will increase recycling in the region; Nephew of Cesar Chavez stands in solidarity with Taylor Farms workers outside showing of new movie based on labor leader’s life; Former McDonalds managers admit they altered time sheets and forced workers to clock out early; USTR Froman’s trade plan meets resistance from bipartisan collection of lawmakers at House hearing.