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Raise Up Missouri seeks to increase the  state’s minimum wage

Raise Up Missouri seeks to increase the state’s minimum wage

Events across the state organizing volunteers, raising campaign funds St. Louis business owner Jonathan Jones and St. Louis City Alderman..

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Central Port to get rail and street improvements

Central Port to get rail and street improvements

By CARL GREEN Illinois Correspondent Granite City, IL – Workers at America’s Central Port along the Mississippi River at Granite City..

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Supreme Court considering case that could give employers the ability to force arbitration, bar class actions over workplace issues

Supreme Court considering case that could give employers the ability to force arbitration, bar class actions over workplace issues

Washington – The U.S. Supreme Court heard arguments recently in a case that could give employers the ability to bar class action lawsuits..

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Trump’s stay of pay transparency rule makes it easier to  discriminate against women, people of color

Trump’s stay of pay transparency rule makes it easier to discriminate against women, people of color

The Trump administration recently announced a “review and immediate stay” of the pay data collection rule, an Obama-era rule issued by..

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Opinion: Unfair trade is killing American aluminum and steel

Opinion: Unfair trade is killing American aluminum and steel

Bad deals have thrown 48,000 steelworkers out of jobs By LEO GERARD President, United Steelworkers Kameen Thompson started his workday..

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Opinion: Work in the age of AI automation – Navigating the gig economy

Opinion: Work in the age of AI automation – Navigating the gig economy

By BETH KOTZ It came slowly at first, almost imperceptibly, but a confluence of factors – particularly evolving technology, rising..

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Missouri Supreme Court sides with unions – again – over RTW ballot initiative

Missouri Supreme Court sides with unions – again – over RTW ballot initiative

By TIM ROWDEN Editor Jefferson City – A desperate, last ditch effort funded by out-of-state billionaires to deny Missourians the right to..

October 9, 2017 with 0 Comments
AFL-CIO bringing its national convention to St. Louis Oct. 22-25

AFL-CIO bringing its national convention to St. Louis Oct. 22-25

Delegates from across U.S., Canada rally to ‘Join, Fight, Win Together’ By ED FINKELSTEIN Publisher The AFL-CIO will launch its 28th..

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Janus case before the Supreme Court could decimate public sector unions

Janus case before the Supreme Court could decimate public sector unions

Elections have consequences By TIM ROWDEN Editor The U.S. Supreme Court is poised to deal a crippling blow to the Labor Movement in a case..

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Operative for David Humphreys, RTW mega-donor at center of pay-to-play allegations

Operative for David Humphreys, RTW mega-donor at center of pay-to-play allegations

Paul Mouton has been fined by the Missouri Ethics Commission By TIM ROWDEN Editor Jefferson City – An operative for “right-to-work”..

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