Friday, October 20, 2017

October 20 News Update

Foreword to Creating an Ecological Society
How Congress Is Cementing Trump's Anti-Climate Orders into Law
It Took This Coal Miner 14 Years to Secure Black Lung Benefits. How Come?
South Korea Will Resume Reactor Work, Defying Nuclear Opponents *
Puerto Ricans Ask: When Will the Lights Come Back On? *

Senate passes Trump's budget, a first step toward contentious tax reform

          members on strike
Ontario Colleges On Strike

Canada GM Workers Strike, but Can’t Get Guarantee on Jobs

No Shortcuts: Organizing for Power in the New Gilded Age
Nearly 200 of America's F-35s May Remain Indefinitely Unfit for Combat
Open Letter to the People of the United States–from Puerto Rico
United action of the working class: against factionalism
Why Would Tesla Lay Off Hundreds Of Workers When It’s Ramping Up?
Charter accuses its employees of cutting cables 125 times during strike
Bishops call for strengthened governance to save workers’ pensions
California state worker union raising dues to fight Trump agenda
Thousands of Workers in Paris Protest Macron Labor 'Reforms'
Brazil prosecutors investigate plan to give reconstituted food to poor people
Putin mentor's daughter Ksenia Sobchak to run for president
Oxford accused of 'social apartheid' as colleges admit no Black students
Childcare costs in England rise up to seven times faster than wages
Former Grenfell council chief will not seek re-election as councillor
PMQs verdict: Corbyn's easy win on the economy should worry Tories
Aslef asks members to bring Southern rail dispute to an end
Taking a Knee at Ann Arbor City Council, Far From N.F.L. Spotlight *
In St. Louis, Protests Over Police Violence Disrupt Economy, Win Attention *
Australia Mourns the End of Its Car Manufacturing Industry *

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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