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Today’s News & Commentary – February 17, 2020

Published February 17th, 2020 -

Copper-mining Asarco employees in Texas and Arizona just passed the four-month mark of their strike with no resolution. Since October, 1,700 workers represented by seven unions have refused to work, demanding a better contrac... More »

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Weekend News & Commentary— February 16th, 2020

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The American Federation of Teachers and the National Education Association, the two largest teachers unions in the country, have joined with Everytown for Gun Safety Support Fund to call for ending or radically changing unann... More »

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Today’s News & Commentary—February 13, 2020

Published February 13th, 2020 -

Organized labor is set to play a key role in the Democratic presidential nomination this year, and most candidates have taken note.  Unions are far from unified around one candidate, however; while labor support helped power ... More »

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Today’s News & Commentary—February 12, 2020

Published February 12th, 2020 -

The Boston Globe reports on the growth of wage-advance companies that allow workers to access money they have already earned but not yet received, often through an app. Workers can connect the app to their bank accounts or th... More »

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Clean Slate for Worker Power, Through a Canadian Lens

Published February 12th, 2020 -

A new report from Harvard Law School’s Labor and Worklife Program entitled Clean Slate for Worker Power lays out a series of ambitious reforms that would help guide U.S. labor law into the 21st century with worker empowerment... More »

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Today’s News & Commentary — February 11, 2020

Published February 11th, 2020 -

In a budget request released yesterday, the Trump Administration proposed to slash Department of Labor spending by 11% in fiscal year 2021. The National Labor Relations Board’s budget would be reduced by 10% and the Equal Emp... More »

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Today’s News & Commentary — February 10, 2020

Published February 10th, 2020 -

The labor market is in good shape. Employers added 225,000 jobs in January. A New York Times article delves into the experience of black workers, whose wages are finally rising after a year of stagnation. While the unemployme... More »

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Weekend News & Commentary — February 8-9, 2020

Published February 9th, 2020 -

Yesterday John Myers at the Los Angeles Times profiled Lorena Gonzalez, the tenacious California assembly member behind AB5.  The profile follows an almost-certain court victory for the pioneering law, which is aimed at curbi... More »

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