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By CARL GREEN Illinois Correspondent The leading Democratic contenders in the Illinois 13th Congressional District primary both reported new endorsements as the March 20 primary neared. The...
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By TIM ROWDEN EDITOR More than two-dozen fast food workers stood in protest April 23 at the...
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Springfield, IL – Think appellate courts don’t matter? Check this out. An appellate court has ruled the Illinois Labor Relations Board was wrong in supporting...
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Clem Smith, who has served as vice chairman of the Missouri Democratic Party since 2018, has been named acting chair of the organization, replacing...
(EDITOR’S NOTE: At the Labor Tribune, we take pride in sharing Labor’s stories. We see our work as a mission because, too often, the...
Saturday, May 12 is the day to “Stamp Out Hunger” by leaving donations for your letter carrier to pick up and deliver to local...
St. Louis – Southwire Co., based in Apworth, GA, recently donated $12,000 worth of specialized equipment to the St. Louis Electric Industry Training Center, located...
By ROBERT KELLY Correspondent Collinsville, IL — The goal of restoring downtown Collinsville’s historic Miner’s Theatre in time to reopen for live productions honoring the building’s...
Historic first Black construction trades business manager in St. Louis area By SHERI GASSAWAY Correspondent In 1978, Ronny Griffin was offered a summer job in construction at Fred Weber as a union laborer with Laborers Local 110....
Resolution of support urges Board of Aldermen to act quickly for implementation By ED FINKELSTEIN Publisher St. Louis Mayor Tishaura Jones outlined an aggressive plan to the St. Louis Labor Council’s Executive Board June 14 to...
By SHERI GASSAWAY Correspondent St. Louis – A Sheet Metal Workers Local 36 picket at a student housing complex under construction at 3765 Lindell Blvd. led to all the building trades workers at the site walking...
By SHERI GASSAWAY Correspondent St. Louis – The Building Union Diversity (BUD) program celebrated the graduation of its 21st class here June 3 while announcing plans by the Missouri AFL-CIO to replicate the highly successful pre-apprenticeship...
Florissant, MO – Union members, family, friends and political leaders gathered June 7 for the Dick Kellett Memorial Picnic, formerly the North County Labor Club’s annual picnic, to remember and honor Kellett, the Club’s...
Mishelle Wallace second St. Louis-area tradeswoman to receive the national award By SHERI GASSAWAY Correspondent Mishelle Wallace, a 12-year member of Iron Workers Local 392, has been recognized with a North America’s Building Trades Unions (NABTU) Tradeswoman...
PINE LAWN, MO – Tina Cramer (second from left) and Sonja Gholston-Byrd (third from left), both of the St. Louis Chapter of the Coalition of Labor Union Women (CLUW), delivered a brand new, high...
WASHINGTON, MO – Glaziers Local 513 is bannering the Bank of Franklin County for using non-union Franklin County Glass. Delivering the message is Local 513 member Colin Clancy. Local 513 is asking union members...
A Missouri judge said the state unconstitutionally used a 2018 law (SB 1007) to ignore union-negotiated protections for public employees and make unions “impotent.” Cole County Presiding Judge Jon Beetem ruled state departments wrongly cited...