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Metro East Labor Day events begin with softball on Aug. 23

Metro East Labor Day events begin with softball on Aug. 23

Labor Day events in the Metro-East this year will begin Aug. 23 with a softball tournament and finish off with two parades on Labor Day,..

July 24, 2017 with 0 Comments
Steelworker retirees awards luncheon is Aug. 14

Steelworker retirees awards luncheon is Aug. 14

Pontoon Beach, IL – The Steelworkers Organization of Active Retirees (SOAR) Chapter 34-7-2 will hold its annual awards banquet on Monday,..

July 17, 2017 with 0 Comments
Everyone setting sights on St. Louis-area Labor Day parades, fun

Everyone setting sights on St. Louis-area Labor Day parades, fun

There are great Labor Day festivities in the works in Missouri and Southern Illinois By ED FINKELSTEIN Publisher With the theme “Together..

July 10, 2017 with 0 Comments
Illinois Representative Stuart plans two coffeehouse meetings

Illinois Representative Stuart plans two coffeehouse meetings

By CARL GREEN Illinois Correspondent Collinsville, IL – State Representative Katie Stuart (D-Edwardsville), a stalwart friend of working..

July 4, 2017 with 0 Comments
Illinois Laborers win in lawsuit to update prevailing wages

Illinois Laborers win in lawsuit to update prevailing wages

By CARL GREEN Illinois Correspondent Belleville, IL – Illinois workers won a victory in court last month requiring the Governor Bruce..

June 12, 2017 with 0 Comments
Illinois Legislature approves $15 an hour minimum wage

Illinois Legislature approves $15 an hour minimum wage

By CARL GREEN Illinois Correspondant Springfield, IL – The Illinois House of Representatives and Senate has approved a plan to raise the..

June 12, 2017 with 0 Comments
Operating Engineers 520 speaks up for Illinois workers’ rights

Operating Engineers 520 speaks up for Illinois workers’ rights

By CARL GREEN Illinois Correspondent Edwardsville IL – Members of Operating Engineers Local 520 are speaking up for Illinois’..

May 22, 2017 with 0 Comments
Rauner backs down on firing union prison nurses

Rauner backs down on firing union prison nurses

By CARL GREEN Illinois Correspondent Springfield, IL – Labor can chalk up a victory over Illinois Governor Bruce Rauner after Rauner..

May 8, 2017 with 0 Comments
Hoffman bill would require ‘Buy Illinois’ and ‘Buy American’

Hoffman bill would require ‘Buy Illinois’ and ‘Buy American’

By CARL GREEN Illinois Correspondent Springfield, IL – To create jobs and stimulate the sale of goods manufactured in Illinois and..

May 8, 2017 with 0 Comments
Workers lost remembered at Greater Madison County Federation of Labor’s Workers Memorial Day service

Workers lost remembered at Greater Madison County Federation of Labor’s Workers Memorial Day service

  By CARL GREEN Illinois Correspondent Alton, IL – The annual Workers Memorial Day Service in Alton is a poignant and meaningful..

May 8, 2017 with 0 Comments
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