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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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Week Ending 09/23/2022
Posted On: Sep 23, 2022

  The hidden costs of being an American worker
  • NLRB revises $13M calculations in Warrior Met strike
  • 1,200 at Teamsters Women’s Conference in Seattle
  • Workers plan to renovate Home Depot with a union
  • Yes, you can wear union gear to work. The NLRB says so
  • Rail workers have yet to vote; many remain skeptical
  • Deal averting railroad strike has potential to fall apart
  • After 64-day strike, Boston Starbucks workers declare victory
  • While fighting workers, railroads made $10B+ in stock buybacks
  • ‘No regard for the law’: Starbucks to deny union workers new paid leave benefits

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