Labor News

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Salt of the Earth Labor College celebrates 20th anniversary

TUCSON, Ariz. - When activists here launched Salt of the Earth Labor College in 1993 they didn't know exactly what to expect.

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Arizona unions and basketball fans support Wisconsin

Tucson unions put on a strong show of solidarity with Wisconsin recently by showing up at the University of Arizona's McKale Center before the University of Wisconsin basketball team took to the court in a second round game of the NCAA tournament.

NLRB tells states they can't ban card-check unionization

The NLRB declared recently passed amendments to state constitutions banning the card check method of union recognition null and void.

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Where are the jobs? Angry workers put Pulte CEO on the run

TROY, Mich. - PulteGroup CEO Richard Dugas ran for cover when he heard labor and community folks were going to show up at his fancy luncheon - but 300 came anyway, demanding jobs.

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Unions join religious leaders in Arizona law protests

PHOENIX (PAI)--Unionists joined religious leaders on July 29 in mass protests against Arizona's draconian anti-immigrant law.

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Union provides hotline for Arizona travelers

If you are traveling to Arizona but worried about the state's new draconian racial profiling law, SEIU has some tips for you.