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    By Doug Cunningham On Wednesday the California Nurses Association/National Nurses United and other supporters will join two state senators to celebrate introduction of a Medicare for all style bill for Californians. SB 562, The Healthy California Act, would create universal healthcare for California residents with effective cost controls.


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    By Doug Cunningham The American Federation of Teachers is joining global teachers union federation Education International in urging the UN to get involved in the 2014 case of 43 "disappeared" Mexican education students. Local police working for Mexican drug gangs kidnapped 43 students and all are believed dead.


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    By Doug Cunningham In an interview with Quartz, Microsoft founder Bill Gates says if robots replace workers, they should be taxed like workers. Gates says that money could be used to transition workers who lose jobs to robots into other jobs. Gates says companies that replace human workers with robots should have to pay the equivalent of workers' income taxes on those robots.


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    By Doug Cunningham United Teachers Of Los Angeles has launched the second round of a "We Are Public Schools" ad campaign advocating for strong public schools. It includes more than 90 billboards and other advertising promoting public schools and highlighting the work of public educators.


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    By Doug Cunningham Anti-union legislation has failed to pass in New Hampshire's state Assembly. The bill would have prevented workers from deciding to put a requirement to pay union dues in their labor contracts. New Hampshire Professional Fire Fighters President Bill McQuillen told WMUR-TV Thursday it's a win for New Hampshire families.


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    By Doug Cunningham UAW President Dennis Williams says he's disappointed that South Carolina Boeing workers opted to vote against being represented by a union in the IAM vote this week. And he's really dissatisfied with Boeing over a harsh anti-union campaign in South Carolina.


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    By Doug Cunningham Alexander Acosta is Trump's latest Labor Secretary nominee after the spectacular fail of original nominee Andy Puzder. The Fight For $15 workers movement - which opposed Puzder with nationwide demonstrations - says no matter who is Labor Secretary workers will not back down.


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    By Doug Cunningham South Carolina Boeing workers voted against IAM union repr esentation Wednesday. A strong anti-union campaign was waged by Boeing in the most union-hostile state in America. The IAM says it will stay in touch with South Carolina Boeing workers. There's a one year wait before another election could be scheduled.


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    By Doug Cunningham A massive campaign waged against U.S. Labor Secretary nominee Andy Puzder forced his withdrawal Wednesday. AFL-CIO President Rich Trumka says "It’s a reminder of the collective power of working people..."  Trumka says it also sends a message to Trump that it's time to change course completely, not double down.


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    By Doug Cunningham Immigrants will hold a large rally at federal immigration court in Manhattan Thursday to protest the detention of Daniel Ramirez Medina and recent ICE immigration raids. Medina was arrested in Seattle. Hundreds of immigrant families were targeted in nationwide raids last week.


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    By Doug Cunningham On Wednesday the California Nurses Association/National Nurses United and other supporters will join two state senators to celebrate introduction of a Medicare for all style bill for Californians. SB 562, The Healthy California Act, would create universal healthcare for California residents with effective cost controls.


    Read More...

    By Doug Cunningham The American Federation of Teachers is joining global teachers union federation Education International in urging the UN to get involved in the 2014 case of 43 "disappeared" Mexican education students. Local police working for Mexican drug gangs kidnapped 43 students and all are believed dead.


    Read More...

    By Doug Cunningham In an interview with Quartz, Microsoft founder Bill Gates says if robots replace workers, they should be taxed like workers. Gates says that money could be used to transition workers who lose jobs to robots into other jobs. Gates says companies that replace human workers with robots should have to pay the equivalent of workers' income taxes on those robots.


    Read More...

    By Doug Cunningham United Teachers Of Los Angeles has launched the second round of a "We Are Public Schools" ad campaign advocating for strong public schools. It includes more than 90 billboards and other advertising promoting public schools and highlighting the work of public educators.


    Read More...

    By Doug Cunningham Anti-union legislation has failed to pass in New Hampshire's state Assembly. The bill would have prevented workers from deciding to put a requirement to pay union dues in their labor contracts. New Hampshire Professional Fire Fighters President Bill McQuillen told WMUR-TV Thursday it's a win for New Hampshire families.


    Read More...

    By Doug Cunningham UAW President Dennis Williams says he's disappointed that South Carolina Boeing workers opted to vote against being represented by a union in the IAM vote this week. And he's really dissatisfied with Boeing over a harsh anti-union campaign in South Carolina.


    Read More...

    By Doug Cunningham Alexander Acosta is Trump's latest Labor Secretary nominee after the spectacular fail of original nominee Andy Puzder. The Fight For $15 workers movement - which opposed Puzder with nationwide demonstrations - says no matter who is Labor Secretary workers will not back down.


    Read More...

    By Doug Cunningham South Carolina Boeing workers voted against IAM union repr esentation Wednesday. A strong anti-union campaign was waged by Boeing in the most union-hostile state in America. The IAM says it will stay in touch with South Carolina Boeing workers. There's a one year wait before another election could be scheduled.


    Read More...

    By Doug Cunningham A massive campaign waged against U.S. Labor Secretary nominee Andy Puzder forced his withdrawal Wednesday. AFL-CIO President Rich Trumka says "It’s a reminder of the collective power of working people..."  Trumka says it also sends a message to Trump that it's time to change course completely, not double down.


    Read More...

    By Doug Cunningham Immigrants will hold a large rally at federal immigration court in Manhattan Thursday to protest the detention of Daniel Ramirez Medina and recent ICE immigration raids. Medina was arrested in Seattle. Hundreds of immigrant families were targeted in nationwide raids last week.


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