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Uber, Airbnb workers to benefit from new S.F. janitors contract

San Francisco - Workers for web-enabled car and home rental services will be paid more under a deal with San Francisco's janitors' union negotiated with the help of the city's mayor.

Fight for 15: Low-wage workers stage day of action across America

Thousands of fast-food and other low-wage workers took to the streets of nearly 300 cities and towns across America on Tuesday to call for a $15 hourly minimum wage and greater collective bargaining rights.

Op-Ed: Where is our proper representation in the health-care vote?

Health care cost control troubles? No problem: the Teamsters with the "Coalition to Win" of Andy Stern will help run it. How is Andy Stern’s Service Employees International Union profiting from Obama's health care proposal?

Op-Ed: US Labor Unions Alienating the American Public

Throughout the history of American labor, unions have enjoyed staunch support with the American people. Yet recent polling shows a nosedive of support for labor unions in the United States. Reasons abound, and they have no one to blame but themselves.

Op-Ed: Are Liberal Democrats Sinking Their Own Healthcare Bill?

Gaffes by the President, controversial provisions receiving greater public attention and even being dropped from the bill, and a relentless campaign by Liberal Democrats to demonize noisy opponents of HR 3200 are sinking the very bill LibDems set afloat.

Op-Ed: The Real Political Agitators of ObamaCare

Since ObamaCare town halls have erupted in public anger, protesters have been branded as "teabagging" birther right wing extremists, swastika-waving domestic terrorists, even as un-American by Pelosi, Durbin and Schumer. Who are the agitators here again?

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File photo: On April 15 2015  fast food workers across the USA walked out on strike. At the Minneapo...
File photo: On April 15 2015, fast food workers across the USA walked out on strike. At the Minneapolis/St. Paul airport, striking fast food workers also protested, calling for a $15/hour minimum wage, paid sick days, and fairer scheduling of work hours.
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