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"Enough is enough": Missouri residents demand energy giant pay taxes

The rally was planned to coincide with Peabody Energy's corporate shareholders' meeting, which was being held at the Peabody Opera House.

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Thousands march peacefully in Chicago on May Day

The rallies and march were testimony once again to the apparent success labor, immigrant rights and others have had in recent years re-claiming May Day.

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Working families oust Altmire in primary

The national media missed the exciting shot heard in every corporate boardroom in America fired by Western Pennsylvania working families.

Workers the real victors in Tuesday primary

The workers of Western Pennsylvania fired a shot heard in every corporate boardroom in America.

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Georgia's anti-picketing law an attack on the 99 percent

Unions and progressive groups are fighting a new law that would make forms of protest - including picketing and peaceful sit-downs -- a crime, the AFL-CIO reports.

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Walker allies lose grip on Wisconsin Senate

One of the GOP state senators under recall here, Pam Galloway (claiming a family health problem) resigned this weekend, wiping out the Republican majority and leaving that chamber split 16-16.

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Wisconsin recall set for June 5 - is the end near for Walker?

Voters will be headed to the polls for recall elections involving Gov. Scott Walker, Lt. Gov. Rebecca Kleefisch, and four Republican state senators.

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“Recall Walker!” – 62,000 Wisconsin workers fight back

Wisconsinites stood up and proved that once again, they are ready to fight.

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Wisconsin judge halts state photo ID law for April 3 election

Calling it "the single most restrictive voter eligibility law" in the nation, Judge David Flanagan issued a temporary injunction stopping the state's requirement to show a photo ID  in the April 3 elections.

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Hundreds continue Selma-Montgomery march across Alabama

In addition to shining a light on current day attacks on voting rights, immigrant rights and workers rights. marchers yesterday added the fight for universal public education to their agenda.

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