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Why Lulus Might Be Trouble for Everyone

May 23, 2017 
By Michael Spitzer-Rubenstein

New York, NY - Right now, the top news in the New York politics is the story of the State Senate’s lulu payments, the extra money that legislators in leadership positions earn.

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Gottfried Tells Blue Collar Buzz: Whatever They Do In Washington Will Only Make Healthcare Worse!

May 18, 2017
By Joe Maniscalco

Blue Collar Buzz: Assembly Member Gottfried.

New York, NY - The health insurance scheme being concocted in the Republican-controlled U.S. Senate will only make the nation’s already broken healthcare system much worse -- and the only way out is universal single-payer healthcare, Assembly Member Richard Gottfried recently said on an episode of LaborPress’ “Blue Collar Buzz” airing Sunday night at 9 p.m. on AM970. 

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Critic Calls on Labor to Help Take Down REBNY 'Bullies'

May 19, 2017
By Joe Maniscalco

'REBNY Bullies' on Blue Collar Buzz

New York, NY - A corporate watchdog intent on upending the powerful Real Estate Board of New York’s grip on city politics is calling on organized labor to help “divide and conquer” the more than 120-year-old organization. 

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New TWU Leader: Democrats Need 'Class-Based Message'

May 13, 2017
By Joe Maniscalco

John Samuelsen.

New York, NY - John Samuelsen, newly tapped president of the Transportation Workers Union of America, [TWU] says he will bring the same kind of “working class progressivism” he was known for as the outspoken leader of TWU Local 100 in New York City, to his new role as head of the 140,000-member national organization.

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City Council to Probe Spectrum Standoff With Workers

May 19, 2017
By Joe Maniscalco

Pressure is mounting on Spectrum.

New York, NY - A Queens councilman on Thursday promised striking Spectrum/Charter Communications workers rallying outside the multi-billion dollar telecom's 23rd Street offices that hearings will soon be held looking into the company’s activities during the almost two-month-old standoff with IBEW Local 3 members.  

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Trumka Calls Talks With Trump 'Not Very Satisfying’

May 12, 2017 
By Steven Wishnia and Neal Tepel

Pittsburg, PA - AFL-CIO President Richard Trumka said May 6 that his recent talks with President Donald Trump about how to revive manufacturing in the United States were “not very satisfying.”

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