Daily Archives: January 11, 2018

Protect Us From Voter Purges

By Richard Trumka, Contributor | Jan. 10, 2018, at 1:30 p.m. Imagine this: It’s Sunday morning and you walk into the church you grew up attending. You have not been to service in a few years. For most of that time, you worked … Continue reading

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The Postal Service: A service Americans should appreciate

A good deal of misinformation circulates about the U.S. Postal Service; some unfortunately contained in two Jan. 2 commentary pieces published on these pages. I appreciate the opportunity to provide some facts and context. First, the broad picture. The Postal … Continue reading

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Dreamers, allies demand passage of a “clean” Dream Act

WASHINGTON—Dreamers and their allies, including union leaders, reacted cautiously to the latest developments – a reported deal between GOP President Donald Trump and a bipartisan group of top lawmakers — in the fight to keep some 700,000 Dreamers in the … Continue reading

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Labor History

Labor Quote of the Day: Elizabeth Gurley Flynn “There is less violence against labor today, but there are more legal restrictions… There has been labor protection by law but there has also been labor repression by law.” Flynn (left) was a member of the … Continue reading

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