Monday, May 15, 2017

May 15 News Update

Global Climate Talks Open With Tiny U.S. Delegation
EPA Strips One Science Board, While Likely Eyeing a Bigger Prize
Dakota Pipeline Is Ready for Oil, Without Spill Response Plan
Dakota Pipeline Builder Under Fire for Ohio Spill
Coffee's Fate Is Getting Jittery
Trump is deleting climate change, one site at a time

Union picket at Kennametal demanding fair contract, negotiations
Skepticism meets Burns & McDonnell’s unusual airport proposal
Lawsuit claims Kansas City skirting court mandate on overtime pay
Kobach’s office shares documents from Trump meeting with ACLU
County Labor Union Now Negotiating for Policy Changes
How Electrical Workers Powered Up Their Union
Peter Winkels, a Hormel Strike Leader, 1948-2017
New Mexico's tribal groups gear up to fight for their home
Trump’s voter fraud commission is a shameless white power grab
German prosecutors investigate works council pay at Volkswagen
Chicago Reader Staff Just Voted Unanimously To Authorize a Strike
Fighting fascism: Americans in the Spanish civil war have a lesson for today
Toward the Freedom of Movement for People, Not Capital
Behind China’s $1 Trillion Plan to Shake Up the Economic Order *
Trump Still Seethes Over Lack of Credit for Election Win *
Uber Has a Union of Sorts, but Faces Doubts on Its Autonomy *
Trump Tax Plan Will Not Bolster Growth, Economists Say *

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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