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June 04, 2023

Today in 1942
A constitutional amendment declaring that “Congress shall have power to limit, regulate, and prohibit the labor of persons under 18 years of age” was approved by the Senate today, following the lead of the House five weeks earlier. But only 28 state legislatures ever ratified the amendment – the last three in 1937 – so it has never taken effect.  
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Labor News Wrap-up: 01/14/2022
Updated On: Jan 21, 2022

  Can a self-driving 40-ton truck be safe?
  • New Alabama Amazon union election dates set
  • Why you’re seeing empty store shelves
  • Google: We want to convince them that unions suck
  • Republic Services Teamsters continue picket line extensions in Seattle
  • Opinion: Striking trash collectors just want a decent living
  • Striking concrete mixer drivers call out concrete cartel
  • Striking Teamsters, supporters shut down 5th largest port on West Coast
  • Amazon shortens paid Covid leave time for U.S. employees
  • Unionization efforts spread across US for Amazon, Starbucks
  • "I’m staying to help get the union done."
  • The Great Resignation: Why Americans are quitting their jobs more than ever
  • Paid family leave getting a new look in this year’s Md. legislative session
  • Militant leader of flight attendants’ union may seek biggest labor job in US
  • A Quiz for Martin Luther King Day, Jr.

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