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Any JW that would like to take a call for CDC at Chuckawalla/ Ironwood prison, you MUST  have passed the facility background check PRIOR to taking the call. The background check packets are available at the Hall. If you have not successfully gone through the background check process, you will NOT be eligible to take […]

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Services for Dennis Thorson will be held on Sunday August 4th @ 3pm

Location: American Legion Post 519 400 N. Belardo Rd Palm Springs, CA 92262

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Location: American Legion Post 519 400 N. Belardo Rd Palm Springs, CA 92262

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TODAY IN LABOR HISTORY JULY 23RD

Northern Michigan copper miners struck for the 8 hour day, higher wages and union recognition. The strike continued until April 12, 1914. During the strike, 600 were arrested for inciting a riot, 500 for violating an injunction against picketing, and the Western Federation of Miners ( WFM) president, Charles Moyer, was shot, beaten and forced […]

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Northern Michigan copper miners struck for the 8 hour day, higher wages and union recognition. The strike continued until April 12, 1914. During the strike, 600 were arrested for inciting a riot, 500 for violating an injunction against picketing, and the Western Federation of Miners ( WFM) president, Charles Moyer, was shot, beaten and forced […]

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TRUMP PROVOKES OUTRAGE WITH PLAN TO NOMINATE EX-WALMART ATTORNEY EUGENE SCALIA AS NEXT LABOR SECRETARY

“The Labor Dept should be a champion for workers, not corporations that pay minimum wages.”  

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“The Labor Dept should be a champion for workers, not corporations that pay minimum wages.”  

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EMERGENCY SUPPLIES FOR EARTHQUAKE PREPAREDNESS

Stock up now on emergency supplies that can be used after an earthquake. These supplies should include a first aid kit, survival kits for the home, automobile, and workplace, and emergency water and food. Store enough supplies to last at least 3 days.

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Stock up now on emergency supplies that can be used after an earthquake. These supplies should include a first aid kit, survival kits for the home, automobile, and workplace, and emergency water and food. Store enough supplies to last at least 3 days.

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TODAY IN LABOR HISTORY JULY 19

The Women’s Rights Convention opened in Seneca Falls, New York.  Delegates adopted a Declaration of Women’s Rights and called for women’s suffrage. – 1848  

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The Women’s Rights Convention opened in Seneca Falls, New York.  Delegates adopted a Declaration of Women’s Rights and called for women’s suffrage. – 1848  

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Utility Worker’s body recovered after Murrieta House explosion

Authorities said solar contractor Horizon Solar Power punctured a gas service line, and firefighters and SoCal Gas workers responded.  

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Authorities said solar contractor Horizon Solar Power punctured a gas service line, and firefighters and SoCal Gas workers responded.  

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Amazon workers strike to protest working conditions on Prime Day – labr union says “human beings are not robots”

Prime Day is pushing workers to protest unfair labor conditions, low-wages during Amazon’s biggest deal day of the year

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Prime Day is pushing workers to protest unfair labor conditions, low-wages during Amazon’s biggest deal day of the year

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RUSD MEETING LAST NIGHT

If you were at this meeting then you were probably as disappointed as I was. Attached is the video. At about 1:50 is when it starts.

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If you were at this meeting then you were probably as disappointed as I was. Attached is the video. At about 1:50 is when it starts.

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TODAY IN HISTORY JULY 10TH HENRY MILLER PASSED AWAY

January 5, 1853 – July 10, 1896 A widower with no known family ties, Miller dedicated his life to organizing electrical workers. After speaking with other workers at an expo in St. Louis in 1890, he saw a pattern of long and dangerous days for meager pay, with little training. A union was the clear […]

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January 5, 1853 – July 10, 1896 A widower with no known family ties, Miller dedicated his life to organizing electrical workers. After speaking with other workers at an expo in St. Louis in 1890, he saw a pattern of long and dangerous days for meager pay, with little training. A union was the clear […]

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