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BART Board Approves 5-Year Labor Contract Preventing Strikes Until 2021

OAKLAND (CBS SF) — A five-year labor contract with BART’s major unions was approved Thursday, a year before the current contract expires, in an effort to avoid another round of acrimonious negotiations at a time when BART officials are looking to rebuild the system infrastructure and planning to ask voters to approve a $3.5 billion bond. 708 more words

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Orange County's First Pot Shop Is First To Unionize

SANTA ANA (CBSLA.com) — Orange County’s first licensed medical marijuana dispensary made history again, now being the first store of its kind to join a labor union. 122 more words

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First-Ever Labor Contract For Santa Ana Pot Shop Employees Announced

SANTA ANA (CBSLA.com) — Details of a first-of-its kind labor contract for employees at the first licensed marijuana dispensary in Santa Ana, where one of the owners was shot in November, will be announced Thursday. 103 more words

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Captain Glavis' district.

On the Freedmen’s Bureau “court day” in Wilson County:

Colonel Eliphalet Whittlesey, the Freedmen’s Bureau’s first assistant commissioner for North Carolina, appended to his Congressional testimony an unattributed article from the 3 February 1866 edition of the New York T… 30 more words

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UAW Approves Contract With General Motors

DETROIT (AP)- The United Auto Workers union has approved its contract with General Motors Co. after addressing the objections of some workers.

Production workers ratified the agreement earlier this month by a 55.4 percent majority. 111 more words

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MLB Minimum Salary Remains At $507,500 For 2016

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NEW YORK (AP) – Major League Baseball’s minimum salary will remain at $507,500 next year because of a lack of inflation. 116 more words

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Faculty holds rally in response to proposed labor contract

Anisa Jibrell – News Writer 

No contract, no peace.

That was the theme that echoed throughout a series of different speeches given at a rally organized by members of the SCSU faculty union in response to the Board of Regents’ proposed labor contract. 521 more words

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