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Seeks office to defend working people from lying elected officials Jefferson City – Karen Settlemoir-Berg has filed to run for House District 113 as a...
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More volunteers are needed By TIM ROWDEN Editor Volunteers from Bricklayers Local 1 and Gas Workers Local 11-6...
JULY July 29 – Robert O. Kortkamp Luncheon honoring John Ebeling, CWA Local 6300 Print...
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By RACHEL M. COHEN In the Nov. 6 election, in a strong rebuke to the anti-labor...
Other Labor bills advance to the governor By CARL GREEN Illinois Correspondent Springfield, IL – Gov. J.B. Pritzker’s...
Alcoholism runs in families, studies show. According to Dr. Arturo C. Taca Jr. of INSynergy, a Creve Coeur-based clinic that specializes in treating addictions,...
Death by overwork: Building Workers International Union demands safety inspections at Tokyo Olympics
By AL NEAL People’s World Tokyo (PAI) — With construction proceeding apace on stadiums, arenas and other facilities for the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo, construction unions...
By ED FINKELSTEIN Publisher “Let’s keep the momentum of Prop A going.” That’s the concept behind a new bumper strip available soon to all union members in...
By MICHELE GELFAND Since Republicans, on average, are five times more likely than Democrats to believe it’s safe now to resume normal business activity, reopening...
The Labor Tribune has been conducting a survey of workers impacted by the COVID-19 coronavirus, inquiring into their job status, working conditions and concerns....
The Missouri Senate's recent vote sustaining Gov. Jay Nixon’s veto of a paycheck deception bill has proved that one vote really can make a...
SUPPORTING FELLOW UNION MEMBERS: Members of United Auto Workers (UAW) Local 2250, fresh off their strike against General Motors, are stepping up to support...
Changes imposed by Louis DeJoy still hampering delivery If you have stopped receiving your Labor Tribune print edition, or it is regularly arriving late, you’re not alone. And it’s not our fault. Delivery delays that started...
Effort will take place March 7-14 Missouri Women in Trades (MOWIT) has volunteered to remodel two kitchens and two bathrooms at the Baker House, a transitional home for women, and it needs your help. The apartment...
The St. Louis Chapter of the National Association of Women in Construction (NAWIC) is sponsoring three virtual events to kick off Women in Construction (WIC) Week, March 7-13. WIC Week, which is celebrated the first...
Following are the St. Louis Labor Council COPE endorsements for the March 2 and April 6 elections based on recommendations from area Labor Clubs and approved by Labor Council delegates on Feb. 16, 2021....
New law will ensure stable, well-qualified workforce in St. Louis County By TIM ROWDEN Managing Editor Earth City, Mo. – St. Louis County Executive Dr. Sam Page has signed into law Labor legislation requiring enforcement of the...
Jefferson City – The Missouri Senate General Rules Committee is considering a pair of bills that would revive the specter of “right-to-work” and enact “paycheck deception” in the state. Senate Bill 118 (SB 118) would...
Illinois AFL-CIO issues statement thanking Madigan for ‘legacy of accomplishments for working families’ By CARL GREEN Illinois Correspondent Springfield, IL – Just weeks after losing his position as Speaker of the Illinois House of Representatives Michael J....
By SONALI KOLHATKAR Thousands of warehouse workers at an Amazon plant in Bessemer, Ala., are at the center of a potentially game-changing union vote taking place right now. On Feb. 8, the warehouse workers were...
By JOHN STOEHR The New York Times’ David Leonhardt recently posed the question: “Why are Republican presidents so bad for the economy?” In addition to considering the Gross Domestic Product and other empirical factors, we ought...