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New marijuana laws topic of online Oct. 14 Labor Law Breakfast

New marijuana laws in Missouri and Illinois, which are causing anxiety for both management and labor, will be the topic of the next Labor...

Metro-East counties offer wide variety of early voting options

By CARL GREEN Illinois Correspondent While partisans encourage voting by mail or stir up concerns about it, Metro-East area voters have another option that’s quick, easy...

Tri-Cities Labor Temple’s neon sign glowing again 50 years after it...

Granite City, IL – When the Tri-Cities Labor Temple opened here some 100 years ago to serve as the gathering point for the Labor...

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VOTE ABSENTEE • Apply for your ballot ASAP – MO: www.vote.org/absentee-ballot/missouri  – ILL: www.vote.org/absentee-ballot/illinois   • Notarization – MO: required except for illness or COVID risk – ILL: none required •...

IBEW Local 309 elects slate of officers

COLLINSVILLE, IL – IBEW Local 309 has elected a new slate of officers. They include (front row, from left) Executive Board member Tim Unverzagt,...

Plumbers and Gasfitters 360 elects officers

PLUMBERS AND GASFITTERS LOCAL 360 recently elected a slate of officers. The elected officers are (from row, from left): Finance Committee member Tim Singler,...

Sen. Durbin: Future of nation, Labor unions in the balance in...

By CARL GREEN Illinois Correspondent Edwardsville, IL – The future of our nation and our Labor unions may depend on the outcome of the November election,...

Union faculty at SIUE calls for more virus testing as area...

By CARL GREEN Illinois Correspondent Edwardsville, IL – The faculty union at SIU-Edwardsville is demanding more efforts to limit the spread of the coronavirus following Gov....

Metro East under new bar and restaurant limits after COVID-19 cases...

Belleville IL – New restrictions that the Metro-East region came under last week are limiting access to restaurants and bars and limiting public gatherings...

Who is Ray Lenzi? And can he win in November?

By CARL GREEN Illinois Correspondent What if there were a candidate for Congress with strong ties to the Labor Movement and deep experience in economic development,...
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