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Steelworkers say ‘Fire it up’ for national security

Steelworkers say ‘Fire it up’ for national security

Hundreds rally in 100-degree heat By CARL GREEN Illinois Correspondent Granite City, IL – An overdue decision about whether excess..

July 31, 2017 with 0 Comments
SIUE faculty says bargaining is no excuse not to give a raise

SIUE faculty says bargaining is no excuse not to give a raise

By CARL GREEN Illinois Correspondent Edwardsville, IL – Just one minute, says the Southern Illinois University Edwardsville Faculty..

July 31, 2017 with 0 Comments
More RTW lies hitting Missouri mailboxes

More RTW lies hitting Missouri mailboxes

RTW funders are getting worried, big time! They must be really worried! The dark money, out-of-state funders of the so-called..

July 10, 2017 with 0 Comments
Steelworkers planning ‘back-to-work’ rally on July 20

Steelworkers planning ‘back-to-work’ rally on July 20

By CARL GREEN Illinois Correspondent Granite City, IL – Workers from Granite City Steel are ready to tell U.S. Steel to put them back to..

July 10, 2017 with 0 Comments
Construction/maintenance study: 78% project growth, but also increases in union labor shortages

Construction/maintenance study: 78% project growth, but also increases in union labor shortages

Contractors, labor representatives and owner-clients in the union construction and maintenance industry are significantly more optimistic..

July 4, 2017 with 0 Comments
Americans for Prosperity littering Missouri mailboxes with RTW lies

Americans for Prosperity littering Missouri mailboxes with RTW lies

By TIM ROWDEN Editor Americans for Prosperity, the Koch Brothers’-funded anti-working families, anti-union advocacy group, has been..

June 26, 2017 with 0 Comments
Boeing’s selection of St. Louis to build new T-X jets could support 1,800 jobs

Boeing’s selection of St. Louis to build new T-X jets could support 1,800 jobs

Machinists District 837 members at the company built two prototypes of the plane By SHERI GASSAWAY Correspondent Boeing’s selection of..

May 29, 2017 with 0 Comments
Missouri Senate passes repeal of St. Louis minimum wage increase

Missouri Senate passes repeal of St. Louis minimum wage increase

Unions, workers’ rights groups urge Gov. Greitens to veto the legislation By TIM ROWDEN Editor With only hours to go before the close of..

May 22, 2017 with 0 Comments
Strike, marathon bargaining session, membership unity led to a better contract at Holten Meat

Strike, marathon bargaining session, membership unity led to a better contract at Holten Meat

Workers win fight for better life, return to work By CARL GREEN Illinois Correspondent Sauget, IL – Nobody wants to go on strike, but..

April 24, 2017 with 0 Comments
Rauner lays off prison nurses, replaces tower guards with cameras

Rauner lays off prison nurses, replaces tower guards with cameras

By CARL GREEN Illinois Correspondent Springfield, IL – It’s getting tougher to work for the state of Illinois, especially if you’re a..

April 3, 2017 with 0 Comments
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