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Missouri’s COPE-endorsed candidates and propositions in the Nov. 6 election

These candidates stood with us against Prop A. They deserve your vote. Following are the St. Louis Labor Council and Missouri AFL-CIO COPE endorsements for...

Missouri Labor endorses Amendment 1, minimum wage increase, gas tax and...

There are a number of propositions to consider on the Missouri ballot Nov. 6. Three statewide measures and a proposed Zoo tax in St. Louis...

Prop B would gradually raise minimum wage, benefiting workers, economy

Proposition B, which Missouri voters will decide on Nov. 6, would gradually increase the standard state minimum wage from its current level of $7.85...

AFT’s Weingarten: ‘There is no poll that matters but Election Day....

400 turn out for Southwestern Illinois Building & Construction Trades’ Labor election rally By CARL GREEN Illinois Correspondent Caseyville, IL – Randi Weingarten, president of the 1.7...

Amendment 1, the CLEAN Missouri initiative, will remain on November ballot

By SHERI GASSAWAY Correspondent Kansas City, MO – Amendment 1 – the CLEAN Missouri initiative to overhaul the state’s ethics and state legislative redistricting laws –...

Missouri AFL-CIO, St. Louis Labor Council COPE endorsements for the Nov....

Updated to include additional proposition and Columbia-area Missouri House races Following are the Missouri AFL-CIO/St. Louis Labor Council COPE endorsements for the Nov. 6 general...

St. Louis Labor Council COPE endorsements for the Missouri primary election...

Following are the candidates and ballot measures recommended by area Labor clubs and endorsed by the St. Louis Labor Council for Missouri’s Aug. 7,...

St. Louis CLUW announces new leadership team

The St. Louis chapter of the Coalition of Labor Union Women (CLUW) has announced the results of its 2018 executive board election: • Kim Cook...

Madison County Democrats have write-in choice for treasurer

By CARL GREEN Illinois Correspondent Granite City – Madison County Democrats can vote in the March 20 primary for a Labor-supporting candidate for county treasurer who could...

‘RTW’ will be on the ballot next year; education effort now...

By TIM ROWDEN Editor So-called “right-to-work” will be on the ballot in Missouri in 2018. Now the work to defeat it begins. “Hundreds of thousands of Missourians...
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