"The company wanted to tell the workers the union can't do a damn thing for you."
"Steel jobs provide decent living wages and help support a lot of other jobs in the community; the company wants to take that away."
Starting soon, your Oreo cookies will be made in Mexico, not Chicago, and it's all thanks to the North American Free Trade Agreement.
The ATI ploy to sow dissension and jealousy in the community appears to have failed miserably: community members routinely drop off donuts and soup at union halls and send pizzas to the picket lines.
Beryllium is a heavy metal whose inhalation causes a chronic lung disease and may lead to lung cancer.
The last surviving "creator" of the original Medicare proposal of 1965 is enthusiastically endorsing Medicare for all.
RNs will join actions in over 25 U.S. cities to honor Medicare and Medicaid's 50th anniversary.
Railroad Workers United reported that the first protest about safety, or lack of it, on rail lines occurred in Chicago on May 27.
Restaurant workers loudly cried in protest, "$2.13 is not the American Dream," at the National Restaurant Association's trade show.
Nurses support legislation to mandate minimum nurse-to-patient ratios and for full collective bargaining rights for nurses employed at the VA.