Daily Archives: January 30, 2018

Putting the U.S. Constitution up for grabs

      In a republic we have rules — laws — framed by a Constitution that sets limits on how far they go, and on who can exercise them, while assuring that we can change them as needed, in an orderly … Continue reading

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Extend Time for Filing Responses to the  Request for Information Regarding Representation Election Regulations

To aid in the consideration of the issues involving the 2014 Election Rule, the Board is extending the time for filing responses to the Request for Information Regarding Representation Election Regulations published in the Federal Register.The submission window is currently … Continue reading

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Iowa Caucus’s are Monday February 5

Caucus Info 2018 Caucus Guideline Book Democratic Party Caucus Locations  Republican Party Caucus Locations If you are interested in resolutions for the caucuses, please consider these formatted to fit on the Democratic form. They can be downloaded, printed and handed … Continue reading

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Save Education, No Cuts, No Vouchers. Picket Gov. Reynolds

Hosted by United Faculty, UNIand Americans for Democratic Action Iowa Friday at 3:15 PM – 5 PM 6301 University Ave, Cedar Falls, IA 50613-5243, United States Governor Reynolds will be making a stop on her so called “Unleashing Opportunity” tour this Friday at the Cedar Falls … Continue reading

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Moment of Silence

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Remembering Echol Cole and Robert Walker On February 1, 1968, Memphis sanitation workers Echol Cole and Robert Walker huddled in the back of their truck to seek shelter from a storm. Suddenly, the truck’s compactor malfunctioned, trapping Cole and Walker … Continue reading

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Labor History

Labor Quote of the Day: Cornelius Vanderbilt “Law! What do I care about the law? Ain’t I got the power?” Vanderbilt was an extremely wealthy American businessman and robber baron.  January 31 Some 12,000 pecan shellers in San Antonio, Texas—mostly Latino … Continue reading

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