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Limpiadores (2015)

Directed by: Fernando González Mitjáns
Running Time: 25 min

Website: N/a

Synopsis: Before professors and students arrive for their morning classes at some of London’s most prestigious universities, these are the people who are finishing work. 60 more words


Firefighters' union and city reach one-year collective bargaining agreement with 2.5% pay hike

The city has reached a collective bargaining agreement with the firefighters’ union, marking the first time in two decades a deal has been reached between the parties without arbitration. 320 more words

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Platt: Looming overhaul of Ontario's labour laws will test Wynne's pre-election boldness

For nearly two years, a potentially transformative review of Ontario’s labour laws has been underway by two experts in the field. Within days, they will hand their final recommendations to the government. 692 more words


Why is the Collective Bargaining Bill such a big deal?

As I have jumped into my spot here at Scott County Republicans, the buzz has been about the collective bargaining bill.  Of course, once again the Republicans are painted as people who want their fellow humans to starve.  488 more words


Thank-You Labor Heroes

The families of public employees, the labor movement, and the hardworking citizens of Iowa lost a battle today, which was a foregone conclusion.  It was a cheap shot, sucker punch of a move by an unchecked GOP legislature and governor that was so quickly introduced and passed that the true purposes, costs, and effects will take some time to come to light.   383 more words


But Will We Remember?

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Girls basketball scores? Ha! I wish.

Today, the Iowa Legislature decided to take a page out of the Scott Walker Handbook and gut the collective bargaining code in Iowa known as Chapter 20. 514 more words


Civic Duty

I just can’t get over how blatant the republican politicians around the country are being about how much they don’t care about their constituents – including those that voted for them. 443 more words