Daily Archives: June 3, 2013

Why the NLRB Matters: Protecting Free Speech for American Workers

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Without the National Labor Relations Board, there would be no orderly framework to enforce workers’ rights and resolve disputes. Employers could break the law with impunity. Employees and unions would have nowhere to turn. Corporate America knows this. That’s why … Continue reading

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Know your Immigration Rights

June 3: Iowa City “Know Your Rights” series:  Civil Rights of Immigrants and Immigration Reform Monday June 3, 6-8pm, Faith UCC Church, 1609 DeForest Avenue, Iowa City The Center for Worker Justice (CWJ) of Eastern Iowa is hosting a series … Continue reading

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Union History Continues To Be Made At The Washington Monument:

Twenty-seven experienced members of Carpenters Locals 132, 1078 and 1145 (DC), 101 (Baltimore) and 1556 and 1846 (New York) recently completed the assembly of the structural scaffolding now surrounding the 555-foot tall Washington Monument. This is the first stage of … Continue reading

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