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  • Lawmakers focus on budget as scheduled end of session looms

    On the eve of the Legislature's scheduled adjournment, attention shifted Saturday to the budget and efforts to finalize a package that could garner sufficient support. House and Senate negotiators met Saturday afternoon to close out some operating budget...
  • Foxwoods, dealers union settle dispute over leader's firing

    The union representing the Foxwoods Resort Casino's table-games dealers says it has settled a grievance over the casino's firing of its former president. The Day of New London reports (http://bit.ly/1OTW2RW) that Local 212 of the United Auto Workers...
  • Tentative settlement reached between teachers and L.A. Unified

    Tentative settlement reached between teachers and L.A. Unified
    The L.A. Unified School District and the teachers union reached a tentative contract settlement Friday night for a three-year deal that includes a 10% salary increase over two years. There also are terms affecting class sizes, the number of counselors...
  • Mayor Emanuel is responsible for CPS contract in federal probe, union says

    Mayor Emanuel is responsible for CPS contract in federal probe, union says
    The Chicago Teachers Union said Thursday that Mayor Rahm Emanuel had "ultimate authority" over his school board's decision to award a $20.5 million no-bid contract that is now the subject of a federal investigation. Authorities are looking into both the...
  • Cops: Parent, student assault New York middle school teacher

     Cops: Parent, student assault New York middle school teacher
    A middle school teacher at Hempstead's Alverta B. Gray Schultz Middle School was in a classroom Wednesday afternoon when a parent went past a security checkpoint and waited outside her door to confront her, police and union officials said. The parent,...
  • Gary food service workers jittery over jobs

    Gary food service workers jittery over jobs
    — Food service workers for the Gary Community School Corp. are worried the cash-strapped district will outsource their jobs to save money. Wearing bright purple Service Employees International Union T-shirts, several members of Local 73 sat in the...
  • Union president fires back after D.112 negotiator criticizes contract

    The president of North Shore District 112's teacher's union fired back April 17 after school board member Michael Cohn criticized the new five-year contract as a step backward that could require budget reductions down the road. Pamela Kramer,...
  • Boeing accused of unfair labor tactics as union cancels vote

    CHICAGO �� Boeing Co. faces a complaint of worker intimidation from the Machinists union, which canceled an election at the company's only commercial-jet factory whose employees are not represented by a labor organization. The International...
  • South Carolina governor is Boeing's best union-buster

    A union seeking to represent 3,000 Boeing employees in South Carolina Friday withdrew its election petition Friday, canceling a vote of the workers that had been scheduled for next week. The workers were to vote Wednesday on whether to join the...
  • Agreement Reached On Contract For Middletown City Hall Union

    MIDDLETOWN — The city employees union has ratified a new three-year contract that will provide members with cost-of-living increases each year. The last contract negotiated with AFSCME Local 466, which represents about 400 employees, including city...
  • Social services workers in Ohio approve proposed contract

    Social service workers who were in contract negotiations with a southwest Ohio county over wages for nearly two years have approved a tentative agreement. The Butler County Children Services Union said Thursday that the majority of the union's...