LABORERS’ O’SULLIVAN, ALLIES LOBBY FOR INFRASTRUCTURE DOLLARS

(By Mark Gruenberg, Press Associates International) Laborers President Terry O’Sullivan and allies ranging from former Pennsylvania Gov. Ed Rendell to the U.S. Chamber of Commerce hit Capitol Hill on May 17, lobbying for more – and more permanent – infrastructure dollars.  Read more »

May 30: Mural will be dedicated at Workers Memorial Garden on State Capitol grounds

(By Steve Share, Minneapolis Labor Review editor) A newly-installed mural at the Workers Memorial Garden located on the State Capitol grounds will be dedicated Memorial Day, Monday, May 30 at 10:00 a.m. The public is welcome to attend.

Former Vice President Walter Mondale will be among the featured speakers and the Twin Cities Labor Chorus will perform. Here is a link to more information including parking. Read more »

NEW OSHA RULE TO FORCE DETAILED WORKSITE-BY-WORKSITE DATA DISCLOSURE

(By Mark Gruenberg, Press Associates International)  A new Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) rule will force firms, worksite by worksite, into detailed, publicly posted job safety and health data disclosure – showing how safe, or unsafe, each workplace is. Read more »

Fired cabinetmakers take their message to state lawmakers

Cabinetmakers who say they were fired by Aaron Carlson Corp. for union organizing are bannering the state Capitol this week – where the company’s cabinets and millwork are being installed as part of the building’s renovation. Read more »

Carpenters fired by Aaron Carlson seek injunctive relief

Carpenters who have been organizing a union at the Aaron Carlson Corp. have filed for injunctive relief after they were fired on Friday and the company announced it was closing its Morris, Minn., operations. Read more »

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