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Labor-endorsed candidate Bob Daiber calls out Prenzler’s phony tax cut referendum

Madison County tax vote won’t actually reduce taxes; county auditor agrees By CARL GREEN Illinois Correspondent Edwardsville, IL – When is a tax cut not really a...

AFSCME 3236 clerks at Illinois State University win four-year contract

By CARL GREEN Illinois Correspondent Normal IL – After nearly two years at the bargaining table with Illinois State University, members of AFSCME Local 3236 have...

Phase 2 of I-255 improvements brings more union work, and more delays

By CARL GREEN Illinois Correspondent For four months, Metro-East drivers have been putting up with the total closure of that area’s main north-south road, Interstate 255,...

Short session for Illinois Legislature nets Labor wins in response to pandemic

By CARL GREEN Illinois Correspondent Springfield, IL — It was only a four-day session, haunted by the specter of the COVID-19 pandemic, but the Illinois AFL-CIO...

Illinois Labor’s ‘Snacks’ project keeps on giving

By CARL GREEN Illinois Correspondent Wood River – The “Snacks to Go” project of Metro-East Labor groups to help hard-stressed hospital workers kept on rolling last...

Madison County ‘re-opening revolt’ fizzles

Labor leaders call out reckless effort as politics By CARL GREEN Illinois Correspondent Edwardsville – Madison County Board members tried to speed up the state of Illinois’...

Illinois Labor’s ‘Snacks to Go’ project takes off in a big way

Labor steps up to help healthcare workers pressed for time to eat By CARL GREEN Illinois Correspondent Metro-East Labor leaders had high hopes when they launched a...

Labor steps up to help health care workers with ‘Snacks to Go’

By CARL GREEN Illinois Correspondent Metro-East Labor leaders had high hopes when they launched a campaign in late April to provide on-the-go foods for overworked health workers...

Illinois approves new Workers’ Compensation rule to protect essential workers

By CARL GREEN Illinois Correspondent Springfield, IL – Illinois’ new Workers’ Compensation rule protecting essential workers affected by COVID-19 is moving ahead despite drawing opposition from...

Illinois unions lead campaign to provide ‘Snacks to Go’ for healthcare workers

By CARL GREEN Illinois Correspondent East Alton, IL – Health workers in the Metro-East are getting a helping hand from the region’s Labor Movement, which is...
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