Monday, April 16, 2018

April 16 News Update

Avoid Gulf stream disruption at all costs, scientists warn
Coal Lobbyist Becomes No. 2 Official at EPA, Just Behind Pruitt
World Agrees to Cut Shipping Emissions 50 Percent by 2050
To See Offshore Wind Energy’s Future, Look on Shore

How the American economy conspires to keep wages down
America 50 years after the Poor People's Campaign
Usual Weekly Earnings Summary

School cancelled as hundreds of Colorado teachers walk out Monday
Indiana Teachers 'Go Green' To Track Member Sign-Up

Beer truck drivers strike for safe routes, respect on the job
The Special Status of Union Stewards

‘Shenanigans’ to Block Generic Drugs Come Under Scrutiny *
Vietnam to Parkland: how America's protesters are getting younger
Connecting Public Transit to Great Manufacturing Jobs
City building workers avert strike with four-year contract deal
Labor Strike Threatens a Canadian Rail Network
Flexing Their Support for Cuomo, Key Unions Leave Working Families Party *
Japan Post to scrap housing allowance for regular workers
Why unions have had such difficulty getting inside the ski industry
Worker says GE denied severance because he was injured
LAUSD School Workers Vote to Authorize Strike
Kentucky Lawmakers Override Budget Veto in Win for Teachers *
Australia’s Least Likely Tourist Spot: A Test Site for Atom Bombs *
Travel Ban Case Is Shadowed by One of Supreme Court’s Darkest Moments *
Even Newer Subway Signals Cause Headaches on F Train *
Trump Targets a Postal Service Rainmaker: Package Delivery *

Stories from the New York Times will be followed with a *. The Times pay wall policy allows free access to only about ten articles a month.

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