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  • South Loop hotel development vote back on after unionization snag

    South Loop hotel development vote back on after unionization snag
    Chicago aldermen on Wednesday are set to consider granting zoning approval for a boutique South Loop hotel proposal that hit a bump over negotiations between the builder and a labor union that wants an agreement guaranteeing the right to organize hotel...
  • Union president addresses Baltimore County school board about length of time for misconduct investigations

    Union president addresses Baltimore County school board about length of time for misconduct investigations
    The head of the Baltimore County school administrators union said the majority of misconduct cases against administrators can "be resolved more expeditiously." Speaking at the county school board meeting on Tuesday night, William Lawrence, executive...
  • Against Morin, For Hurley For State House

    I am new to Wethersfield and on Nov. 4, I am going to vote for Mike Hurley for state representative. Incumbent Russ Morin is trumpeting his securing of state funding as "his basic job," along with voting for the taxpayer-funded $626 million bipartisan...
  • CTU: Karen Lewis still in hospital but no details on condition

    CTU: Karen Lewis still in hospital but no details on condition
    Chicago Teachers Union president and potential mayoral candidate Karen Lewis remained hospitalized Tuesday and it’s not known when she’ll be released, a union official said. “The reason we’ve been hesitant to come out with a bunch...
  • Foley's Tenure In Iraq Resurrected As Campaign Issue

    Foley's Tenure In Iraq Resurrected As Campaign Issue
    NEW BRITAIN – Republican candidate for governor Tom Foley says he was proud to serve as a civilian adviser in Iraq, but union leaders on Monday resurrected his tenure there as a campaign issue, saying his work there was a failure. "The time that...
  • CTU: Karen Lewis hospitalized 'after experiencing discomfort'

    CTU: Karen Lewis hospitalized 'after experiencing discomfort'
    Karen Lewis, president of the Chicago Teachers Union and a prospective mayoral candidate, was “being evaluated at a local hospital” after suffering an unspecified ailment, the CTU said late Monday afternoon. Lewis, 61, was hospitalized...
  • Baltimore police union critical of upcoming federal probe

    Baltimore police union critical of upcoming federal probe
    As Baltimore Police Department officials prepare for a Department of Justice probe into allegations of brutality, leaders of the local police union criticized the outside scrutiny and said it could make city streets less safe. A host of reforms, along...
  • Facebook bus drivers pressing for pay better pay, working conditions

    MENLO PARK, Calif. In another sign of the growing tension over income inequality in booming Silicon Valley, bus drivers ferrying highly paid engineers and product designers back and forth to Facebook in Menlo Park, Calif., have taken the first steps...
  • NBA's new television deal could have far-reaching implications

    NBA's new television deal could have far-reaching implications
    The NBA’s new nine-year, $24-billion television rights contract could lead players to opt out of the current collective bargaining agreement in 2017 and begin a fractious round of negotiations with owners over increased salaries. But first...
  • Factbox: Main parties in Bulgaria's election

    (Reuters) - Millions of Bulgarians will cast their ballot in a snap election on Sunday, a vote that could produce another shaky coalition struggling to solve a festering bank crisis and revive growth in the European Union's poorest member state. Led by a...
  • Sen. Lamar Alexander: De-politicize the NLRB

    To the editor: Your editorial on my bill to reform the National Labor Relations Board reads like union talking points. Rather, the bill is simply intended to change the NLRB from an advocate to an impartial umpire in labor disputes. ("A grand design for...