Labor News And Notes Round-Up By Kenneth Quinnell Share Share on facebookShare Share on twitterShare Share on redditShare Share on sharethis 6/19/12 1:00pm Click here for reuse options! The latest stories from the front lines of the labor fight across the country ... Six corporations now own 90 percent of all print, broadcast and digital media outlets in the U.S. Bipartisan efforts are being made to deny rights to Louisiana crawfish workers who work for one of Walmart's suppliers 'Right-to-work' means 'union busting' Are Republicans exploiting children with cancer in order to bust unions? Is the Trans-Pacific Partnership going to be bigger than NAFTA? Unionization is associated with better health Declining unionization leads to lower salaries for all workers Teachers for Kaplan and the Washington Post's educational union vote to join the Newspaper Guild of New York The Teamsters are on strike in solidarity with locked-out sanitation workers in Evansville, Indiana AFL-CIO asks 'what are your favorite made-in-America items?' Click here for reuse options!