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  • Building Trades Ready To Step Up For Stadium

    In response to Dan Haar’s column “Stadium Labor Deals In Flux” [Oct. 14, Page 1]. The Connecticut Building Trades are hopeful that come 2016 there will be a new stadium in Hartford, a new residential community and many new jobs. New...
  • Ebola scare: Flight attendants told to be careful with bodily fluids

    Ebola scare: Flight attendants told to be careful with bodily fluids
    As health officials continue to monitor passengers who flew on two planes with an Ebola-infected flier, a flight attendants union has urged its members to be extra cautious handling bodily fluids. The Assn. of Flight Attendants warned its 60,000 members...
  • Middletown Police Union Contract In Arbitration

    MIDDLETOWN — The city and the police officers union have begun arbitration on a new contract, but both sides declined to discuss the portions of the contract under dispute. The last contract expired June 30 of this year, and the union, AFSCME Local...
  • Hinsdale District 86 to vote on teacher union contract

    Hinsdale District 86 to vote on teacher union contract
    The Hinsdale High School Township District 86 board is scheduled to vote on a proposed contract for teachers at its next meeting — assuming that teachers this week vote in favor of the deal announced late Thursday. The board meeting is scheduled...
  • Police management union endorses Hill, Toerge, Brown, Dixon

    The Newport Beach Police Management Assn., the union representing sergeants and lieutenants, has announced a slate of City Council endorsements in an open letter to the community. "The [association] does not normally make political endorsements,"...
  • Forensic evidence shows teen shot at St. Louis officer, police say

    ST. LOUIS Gunshot residue tests and ballistics evidence indicate that Vonderitt D. Myers Jr. fired a gun at a police officer before being fatally shot, police and union officials said Tuesday. The police department issued a statement saying that forensic...
  • The U.S. needs more steel: Steelmaking is a vital domestic industry

    Steel is power. Any nation that expects to project strength and resolve must produce steel. Throughout U.S. history, steel has been an irreplaceable underpinning of our economic and military might. It's why Abraham Lincoln insisted on building steel...
  • Brain tumor keeps Karen Lewis out of mayor race: source

    Brain tumor keeps Karen Lewis out of mayor race: source
    Karen Lewis, the controversial, combative and charismatic leader of the Chicago Teachers Union, will not run for mayor, significantly boosting Mayor Rahm Emanuel’s chances to win re-election next year. The decision by Lewis comes after she was...
  • Emanuel wants meat puppets, not dissent

    Emanuel wants meat puppets, not dissent
    Dissent is the ugliest word in politics, if you're the mayor of Chicago. Mayors don't want independent thinkers. Chicago mayors want meat puppets, the kind that take direction and do tricks for biscuits. And that's why the news Monday that Chicago...
  • Dan Haar: Union Guarantees Still Up In Air For Hartford's Downtown North Project

    Dan Haar: Union Guarantees Still Up In Air For Hartford's Downtown North Project
    One of the most important questions about the $350 million Hartford Downtown North project — how much of the construction work will be guaranteed for union labor — remains up in the air as the city council prepares to hand Mayor Pedro...
  • Chicago teachers' union head won't run against Mayor Emanuel

    (Reuters) - Chicago Teachers Union President Karen Lewis, who had surgery last week for a serious illness, will not run against Mayor Rahm Emanuel in city elections next year, her exploratory committee said on Monday. "Karen Lewis has decided to not...