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Apr. 23, 1993
United Farm Workers of America founder Cesar Chavez dies in San Luis, Ariz., at age 66.

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Updated: Apr. 23 (12:05)

IATSE Local b4 - Alert
IATSE Local B4
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Teamsters local 570
One second after decertification, our job security will become the exclusive purview of management.
IBT Local 1108
Why Young People Are Joining Unions Again
Teamsters local 570
How the Loss of Union Power Has Hurt American Manufacturing
Teamsters Local 355
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Charlotte Area Local APWU
Higher Wages Fuel Income Equality
Posted On: Jul 11, 2017
July 11, 2017 | WAGES | Continued inaction on an increase of the minimum wage at the federal level hasn’t stopped states and localities from moving on the issue. And last weekend, several officially enacted a higher pay floor that continues a trend across the nation. Several of the wage hikes were associated with the phasing in of an eventual $15 minimum wage. In San Francisco and Los Angeles, for example, hourly pay minimums rose to $14 and $12 respectively as part of the gradual rise toward the $15 level, the living wage thresholds that the Teamsters, other unions and worker advocates have been fighting for since 2012. Sadly, some states are still taking a step back…  Related: State lawmakers are taking away raises, lowering the minimum wage.
Teamsters local 570
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