Labor New And Notes Round-up By Kenneth Quinnell Share Share on facebookShare Share on twitterShare Share on redditShare Share on sharethis 1/03/12 1:00pm Click here for reuse options! The latest stories from the front lines of the labor fight across the country... The Occupy technique is being used to protest school closures in Chicago. Indiana Gov. Mitch Danels is limiting the number of people who can assemble in the statehouse. German auto manufacturers make twice as many cars and pay their workers twice as much as U.S. manufacturers, yet the German companies are profitable. How labor fought back in Wisconsin in 2011. How labor fought back in Ohio in 2011. Lionsgate outsourced music for 2012 film The Hunger Games, despite getting $2 billion in government subsidies. A new high-tech prison health care facility in Northern California will create 5,500 jobs. The National Labor Relations Board ruled that musicians in symphony orchestras are employees with the right to join unions. Cities are being hurt buy cuts to Community Development Block Grants. Click here for reuse options!