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Unions support Haitian immigrants; demand long-term protected status

Bowing to public pressure, the Trump administration extended the temporary protected status (TPS) of 58,000 Haitian workers living in the US, but only for six months. 820 more words

Union Steps Up Opposition To State Budget Cuts With New Ad

HARTFORD, Conn. (CBS Connecticut and AP) – A union that represents 7,000 state workers is stepping up its opposition to looming state budget cuts and layoffs with a new television ad that urges the governor and lawmakers to consider alternatives such as higher taxes on the wealthy as they try to craft a new, two-year agreement. 254 more words

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The Seth Rich Revelations II - Megacompilation

THE RIDE NEVER ENDS

HIS NAME WAS SETH RICH

Here is a megacompilation of information regarding Seth Rich so far, in case you missed something. Be sure to read our first publication of The Seth Rich Revelations  653 more words

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Accusations Of Fraud At PCA Union Swirl Amid Contract Vote At State Capitol

ST. PAUL, Minn. (WCCO) — Opponents of a public union for personal care attendants are asking Minnesota lawmakers not to ratify a new labor agreement because of fraud allegations. 353 more words

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Union caught committing fraud again in decertification vote

EDINA, Minn.—An in-home caregiver named Edison is supposed to live in a unit on the seventh floor of the Cedars of Edina apartment complex, according to a list supplied by the state government. 2,423 more words

Economy

#May Day 2017

Both the LA Times and the San Gabriel Valley Tribune reported 30,000 marchers at the May Day demonstation in DTLA.  I arrived at 11 a.m. at the launch point on the corner of Wilshire Boulevard and Alvarado Street to find a mass of people had filled up MacArthur Park, eager to begin the march up Wilshire Boulevard to City Hall.   215 more words

Unions, insurance, doctors oppose big changes to public employee health plan

An ambitious proposal to curb public ­employee health plan costs drew opposition from their labor unions, insurance companies and doctors at an ­initial hearing Friday. 40 more words

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