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RWDSU President Praises New City Law

Stuart Appelbaum, president of the Retail, Wholesale and Department Store Union (RWDSU), which represents almost 60,000 retail, grocery and warehouse workers across the country, praised new legislation signed into law

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PodCast What Unions & Retirees Need to Know

Labor activists Marianne Pizzitola, Rose Roach, and Mark Dudzic about Medicare Advantage (Disadvantage?) health plans and what they mean for union retirees, for collective bargaining, and for the future of

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NYC Cuts to Education Unnecessary

“These are unnecessary budget cuts to our public schools. They are driven by City Hall’s false political narrative that New York City is about to fall off a fiscal cliff.  Revenues

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SAG-AFTRA Strike Comes To An End

The historic 118-day SAG-AFTRA strike is officially over. The union made the announcement last Wednesday, saying the strike would end at 12:01 am Thursday. The tentative agreement ends the longest

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Brooklyn Museum Union Set To Strike

Picketing is set to begin at the Brooklyn Museum by members of Local 2110 UAW, employees of the Museum. One worker, Elizabeth St. George, an assistant curator of Decorative Arts,

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More Assaults On City Transit Workers

LaborPress has been documenting many of the shameful assaults on NYC transit workers over the years, and now comes the unwelcome news that the number of incidents has risen dramatically.

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Biden Issues Executive Order On A.I.

On Monday, Oct. 30, President Biden signed an executive order addressing current and potential dangers regarding the use of Artificial Intelligence (A.I.). It includes requiring companies to report any ways

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UAW And GM Make Tentative Agreement

The United Auto Workers and General Motors have come to a tentative agreement, weeks after the union went on strike against Ford, GM, and Stellanis. The union had already reached

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More Pharmacy Workers Walk

Starting Monday, October 30, employees at some of the nation’s largest drugstores will walk off the job for three days, continuing a spate of such actions that occurred in Sept.

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