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Dec. 12, 2006
A U.S. immigration sweep of six Swift meat plants results in arrests of nearly 1,300 undocumented workers.

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Updated: Dec. 12 (20:43)

2019 James R. Hoffa Memorial Scholarship Fund
Teamsters Local 492
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Teamsters local 570
Report: Economy Steady But Wages Are Lagging
Teamsters Local 992
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El Paso Municipal Police Officers' Association
3 LEOs Shot In Houston While Serving Warrant
El Paso Municipal Police Officers' Association
GENERAL MEMBERSHIP MEETING SUNDAY DECEMBER 16
Teamsters Local 179
 
     
Lawmakers in Blue States Try to Protect Organized Labor
Posted On: Aug 03, 2018
August 3, 2018 | U.S. LABOR UNIONSPublic-sector unions will be watching to see how many members — and how much money — they’ll lose in the wake of a June U.S. Supreme Court decision that took away their power to charge non-members fees. But even before the high court ruled, eight of the 22 states that allowed unions to charge such fees took steps to cushion the blow — often citing the broader battle between liberals and conservatives over organized labor and “right to work” laws. “This is the tip of the iceberg. We are in the middle of a big, big fight nationwide. And it is just starting,” Democratic Gov. Andrew Cuomo of New York told a cheering crowd of union members…” Huffington Post
 
 
Teamsters local 570
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