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Will the new agreement weaken the ILWU?

Will the new agreement weaken the ILWU?
http://socialistworker.org/2015/04/01/will-the-new-deal-weaken-the-ilwu
Darrin Hoop analyzes the ILWU's tentative agreement with the West Coast shipping bosses as the deal is debated by union delegates at a meeting in San Francisco.

April 1, 2015

Containers stacked up at the Port of Long Beach

Union Busting Chicago Demo Mayor Rahm Emanuel Tries To Ban ATU Bus & Train Operators From Political Activity While Off Duty . “I’ve seen brutal attacks on working people in the last few years, but this is a new level of repulsive behavior. Rahm makes Rudy

Union Busting Chicago Demo Mayor Rahm Emanuel Tries To Ban ATU Bus & Train Operators From Political Activity While Off Duty . “I’ve seen brutal attacks on working people in the last few years, but this is a new level of repulsive behavior. Rahm makes Rudy Giuliani look reasonable!”
http://www.atu.org/media/releases/emanuel-cta-illegally-ban-election-tal...
EMANUEL, CTA ILLEGALLY BAN ELECTION TALK AMONG CHICAGO BUS, TRAIN OPERATORS

Union Busting Chicago Demo Mayor Rahm Emanuel Tries To Stop ATU Bus Train Operators From Political Activity

Union Busting Chicago Demo Mayor Rahm Emanuel Tries To Stop ATU Bus Train Operators From Political Activity
http://www.atu.org/media/releases/emanuel-cta-illegally-ban-election-tal...
Chicago, IL – In an unprecedented act of political repression, Mayor Rahm Emanuel’s appointees at the Chicago Transit Authority (CTA) have banned CTA workers from sharing literature related to the 2015 Mayoral race.

West Coast ILWU longshore union delegates meet over contract proposal

West Coast ILWU longshore union delegates meet over contract proposal
http://www.presstelegram.com/social-affairs/20150330/west-coast-longshor...
By Karen Robes Meeks, Long Beach Press Telegram
POSTED: 03/30/15, 4:57 PM PDT

Stakes high as ILWU caucus meets to discuss contract deal

Stakes high as ILWU caucus meets to discuss contract deal
http://www.joc.com/port-news/longshoreman-labor/international-longshore-...
Bill Mongelluzzo, Senior Editor | Mar 28, 2015 6:46PM EDT

Ninety International Longshore and Warehouse Union delegates on Monday will open meetings in San Francisco that will determine the fate of U.S. West Coast ports for the next five years.

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