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Archive: Jun 2020

  • Labor Racket Weekly: Coronavirus Catch Up

    Posted on Jun 11, 2020 by Team

    The coronavirus may have put some court proceedings on hold, but union bosses are finally seeing their own misdeeds catch up with them. Check out the latest labor rackets below: In Michigan, Gary Jones, former President of the United Auto Workers (UAW), pleaded guilty to one count of conspiracy to embezzle union funds and use […]

  • Seattle’s Union-Backed Ordinance Would Hurt, Not Help Gig Workers

    Posted on Jun 01, 2020 by Admin

    Next week, Seattle’s City Council is expected to vote on an ordinance to create a premium pay requirement for gig workers. This potential law is supposed to provide relief for workers during the current health crisis, but a close look at the bill — and the organization backing it — indicates it could have just […]