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REMINDER: Membership Meeting Tuesday, February 28, 2012

Membership Meeting Tuesday, February 28, 2012 In The Cafeteria 10 am to 4:30 pm 10 S. Canal Chicago, Illi...

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Ed Schultz: A Rare Liberal Success In Broadcasting

Ed Schultz, who anchors MSNBC's prime 8 p.m. time slot, has been raising his ratings while talking about the issues of the poor and middle class working people. Flip through the ra...

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America?s Last Hope: A Strong Labor Movement

The complete collapse of unions would have devastating consequences. The labor movement has played a crucial role in advancing economic justice in the workplace and in politics. Un...

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Changes are Coming! How will the New Interest Rates Impact My Pension?

An educational retirement workshop for AT&T Employees & Recent Retirees ? How will the PPA Interest Rate affect my Lump Sum? ? What is the difference between r...

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The Chicago Federation of Labor will offer five (5) academic-based scholarships and five (5) random-drawing scholarships in the amount of $2,000 to students graduating from a Chica...

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2012-2013 HSF/AT&T Foundation Scholarship Program

This is to remind you that it is not too late to apply for the HSF/AT&T Foundation Scholarship Program. In case you missed previous announcements, the scholarship information is a...

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What About The State Of the Unions, Mr. President?

Unions? Organized labor? The AFL-CIO? Those words were nowhere to be heard in President Obama's State of the Union address, despite labor's vital role in the economy and strong s...

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More Lockouts As Companies Battle Unions

Many Americans know about the highly publicized lockouts in professional sports ? like last year?s 130-day lockout by the National Football League and the 161-day lockout by the Na...

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Line of Scrimmage Forms Over Union Bill

INDIANAPOLIS ? This city is in full preen for its moment in the spotlight, its first Super Bowl. Everywhere, workers sprouted from cherry pickers over the weekend, hanging football...

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