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Trumka Dies Leaving the American Labor Movement at a Crossroads

Steve Wishnia LaborPress.org
Trumka's death deprives the labor movement of a central figure at a time when a resurgence of union activity has brought hope of undoing the defeats of the past decade and the decline of union membership, particularly in the private sector.

Hiding The Union Busters

Julia Rock The Daily Poster
The American Bar Association and corporate interests are trying to block a rule that would expose their anti-labor activities.

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The Filibuster Threatens Both Civil Rights and Workers’ Rights

Craig Becker ACS Expert Forum
The For the People Act and the Protecting the Right to Organize Act are essential to ensuring working people are heard in legislative chambers and corporate boardrooms. The fate of these bills hinges on an anti-democratic Senate rule: the filibuster.

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Joe Biden Will Not Save the Labor Movement

Joe Burns Jacobin
Talk of Joe Biden as a transformational president is getting ahead of itself. Historically, labor law reform has triggered some of the fiercest battles from business — and Joe Biden has shown no evidence he’ll go to the mat for the PRO Act...
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