Tuesday, September 5, 2017

September 5 News Update

No Worker Left Behind
After Harvey, it's clear the secret of Houston's success also its downfall
Six Things We Know About Petrochemical Risks in the Wake of Harvey
Connecticut refuses key steps on climate
Hurricane Harvey and the Dialectics of Nature
As Hurricane Irma Strengthens, Florida Braces for Possible Landfall *
Is Houston Still a Model City? *

Workers strike on Labor Day in KC to ask for $15 per hour, union
To Understand Rising Inequality, Consider Janitors *
Union workers honored at Calumet City's Labor Day parade
With a long local history, labor unions still a presence
Labor Day parade brings union members and supporters to the streets
LA Labor Day Rallies Call For $15 Minimum Wage
Low-wage workers, union activists rally for higher pay and right to organize
These Labor Laws Are Suppressing Black Workers
The labor movement fought for civil rights before. We will do it again
How today’s unions help working people
Karl Marx Makes a Comeback
Health care unions persist in Northwest Indiana
Striking fast-food workers rally at St. Paul McDonald’s
Home health care workers to receive first holiday pay this Labor Day
Job Action at Toronto Pearson Airport Shows Why Little Strikes Matter
General Electric Ends 128 Years in Peterborough
Dirty Laundry: An InvestigationAgency That Runs Obamacare Using Taxpayer Money to Undermine It *
How a Crackdown on Leaks Threatens Confidential Sources *
Trump Shifts Labor Policy Focus From Worker to Entrepreneur *

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

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