Wednesday, April 4, 2018

April 4 News Update

Judge Rejects Exxon's Attempt to Shut Down Climate Fraud Investigations
Aging Wind Farms Repowering with Longer Blades, More Efficient Turbines
Trump Admin. Must Consider Climate Change in Drilling and Mining Lease
5 Plants and Animals Utterly Confused by Climate Change *

'Arab spring for teachers' - educators in Oklahoma join wave of strikes

Wave of teachers' wildcat strikes spreads to Oklahoma and Kentucky
The Larger Concerns Behind the Teachers' Strikes
Teachers’ strikes: The rank and file takes the lead
'Double whammy': teachers strike as healthcare costs cut into earnings

Striking rail workers protest in Paris on Tuesday over
        French president Emmanuel Macron’s plans to reform the state-run
        rail company, SNCF. Photograph: Etienne Laurent/EPA
French rail unions take on Macron with mass rolling strikes
French rail staff stage 'Black Tuesday' protests against overhaul

Trump announces plan for US military to guard Mexican border
Trump Plans to Send National Guard to the Mexican Border *

Graduate Workers to Hold Union Election
Unions Assemble En Masse Ahead of MLK Rally
Tufts dining hall workers decide to join union
Augsburg University Professor Mzenga Wanyama at Risk of Deportation
Reviving the Poor People's Campaign
50 years after 1968: students strikers attacked again
Bourgeois fear of revolution means disowning the Civil War
US plans tariffs on $50bn in Chinese imports to protest alleged tech theft
Workers at risk as robots set to replace 66m jobs, warns OECD
The Final Obamacare Tally Is In. About 400,000 Fewer People Signed Up *

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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