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Labor News And Notes Round-up

The latest stories from the front lines of the labor fight across the country... New York Hotel workers get big raises and new benefits in a settlement with the Hotel Association of New York. Port of Seattle truck drivers are fighting back

The latest stories from the front lines of the labor fight across the country...

  • New York Hotel workers get big raises and new benefits in a settlement with the Hotel Association of New York.
  • Port of Seattle truck drivers are fighting back against the companies that owe them money.
  • A Foxconn worker -- the company that assembles products for Apple -- talks about the horrible conditions at the plant he worked at.
  • GE Workers in Kansas City voted to be represented by IBEW.
  • The New York Times is giving millions of dollars to its CEO while demanding unionized workers give concessions.
  • National Nurses United endorses the Millionaire Tax Initiative for California.
  • The ILWU reached a settlement with transnational grain exporter EGT.
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