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May 20, 2022

On This Day in 1950
31 dockworkers are killed, 350 workers and others are injured when four barges carrying 467 tons of ammunition blow up at South Amboy, New Jersey. They were loading mines that had been deemed unsafe by the Army and were being shipped to the Asian market for sale. ~ DC Labor

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Labor News Wrap-Up: 01/28/2022
Updated On: Jan 28, 2022

  • Walsh: Biden to push not just jobs, but good jobs
  • No cross-border trucking for unvaccinated drivers
  • Biden jobs boon is bigger than we thought
  • Board says Amazon illegally fired NY union organizer
  • A brief history of income inequality in the U.S.
  • New hours-of-service rules don’t deter safety, OOIDA says
  • 8 Teamster drivers to educate public as ‘road team captains’
  • Rail Labor’s largest coalition reaches dead end on path to agreement
  • XPO, Teamsters fire opening shots in new battle over drayage driver status
  • NLRB: Amazon workers eligible to hold union election at NY warehouse
  • Striking concrete workers face off against corporate greed, and despair
  • Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee (DCCC) staff seek to organize with Teamster Local 238


 
 
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