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Unions denounce TPS decision/recommendations

Two unions criticized decisions by the US government that threaten to overturn the lives of tens of thousands of immigrant workers who had been granted temporary protected status (TPS). 658 more words

Union members bash tax cuts for the wealthy paid for with cuts to Medicaid and Medicare

Members of the Service Employees International Union (SEIU) criticized the budget resolution recently passed by the US Senate.

The budget resolution is a blueprint for federal spending and revenue collection for the next ten years and lays out the funding priorities of the Senate. 607 more words

Union joins call for Puerto Rico aid and debt relief

Members of SEIU Local 32BJ on October 4 joined a demonstration at the White House calling for more aid to hurricane-devastated Puerto Rico and the elimination of Puerto Rico’s $72 billion public debt. 791 more words

Unions, Now and Then with Dan Welch and Gregory Lucero

https://adifferentlenspodcast.files.wordpress.com/2017/09/dan-and-greg-interview.mp3

We chat with indie political analyst Dan Welch and union worker Gregory Lucero to discuss the current state of unions today, unions historically, and if anything can be done in the present to aid the union fight. 27 more words

Podcasts

GOP REP. JASON LEWIS: 'WHERE ARE THE DEMOCRAT LEADERS CONDEMING DANGEROUS VIOLENCE ON THE LEFT'

   

Victim of left-wing protesters who chose his house for protest venue, GOP Rep. Jason Lewis talks to Tucker Carlson and criticizes the Democrat leaders for not condemning violence on the left. 260 more words

POLITICS

Loophole makes it tough to follow money in Oregon campaigns

SALEM, Ore. (AP) — Oregon’s campaign finance law was built around a tradeoff.

Any donor — whether in-state, out-of-state, special interest or corporate — can give unlimited amounts of cash to any state candidate as long as there is complete transparency. 33 more words

Oregon Supreme Court

Ruling deals blow to faculty union drive at U's Twin Cities campus

A Minnesota Court of Appeals ruling issued yesterday dealt a setback to faculty members organizing a union at the University of Minnesota’s Twin Cities campus, who are now weighing an appeal to the state’s Supreme Court. 296 more words

Organizing