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Teamsters help defeat right to work in Missouri and Maine; Teamster numbers growing at Penn State; UPS workers get jobs back; House should follow Senate’s lead on unemployment; Teamster taxi drivers making gains; Income inequality gets worse; Unanimous victory in Allentown; Art Fair to be 100-percent union; new Amtrak contract; Pipeline training; Corrections officers seek pay parity; contract for Phoenix/Lobo Teamsters.
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.
NLRB suspends Taylor Farms vote count after charges of extreme violations of election process and labor law against anti-union company; New York state probe raises questions about tax breaks given to UNFI; BMWED Amtrak workers awarded raises in arbitration; Chicago Teamster wins Democratic nomination for Cook County Board of Commissioners; Time to save workers from Wall Street wolves.
Southern California Teamsters talk up union at NASCAR event; LA/Long Beach port truck drivers win crucial victory; Unions, lawmakers line up against Missouri No-Rights-At-Work bill; Pasco County, Fla. government employees reach long-sought agreement with county; Taylor Farms workers to vote on Teamster representation this week; Charleston, S.C. school bus drivers air grievances against Durham bus company; Why being poor is bad for your health.
U.S.-Korea trade deal is another example of unfair trade run amok; Teamsters stand up for port drivers nationwide; Southwest, Teamster-represented flight simulation technicians reach agreement; Kentucky committee kills Right-to-Work (for Less) bill; New York state reaches deal with McDonalds in wage theft probe.
Actor Liam Neeson sticks up for Teamster-driven New York City horse carriages; Teamsters General President James P. Hoffa says unions need to fight states’ anti-labor agendas; McDonald’s acknowledges it will likely have to raise wages; A call for public investment in mass transit.
Teamster Nation News is your weekly stop for key Teamster news for working families. Thanks for listening and be sure to subscribe.
Introducing the inaugural episode of Teamster Nation News, the Teamster's new podcast. Teamster Nation News is your weekly stop for key Teamster news for working families. Thanks for listening and be sure to subscribe.