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Dear Mr. Trump, 12 years ago, you crossed the IATSE picket line of "The Apprentice," where crew members of your reality TV show were speaking up together to get paid fairly for the work they did on your show.

One night at his UPS job, Tefere Gebre's co-worker handed him some union material. 

Marty Rosenberg looks back at how the Trump Taj Mahal's troubled history really began when Donald Trump took over.

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AMENDMENT T (Referred by the legislature): Amendment T would remove language that currently allows slavery and involuntary servitude to be used as a punishment for the conviction of a crime.  Removing the language reflects fundamental values of freedom and equality, and removes any legal uncertainty around current offender work practices in the state. Support

COLORADO AFL-CIO RELEASES FINAL LIST OF 2016 STATE LEGISLATIVE ENDORSEMENTS

COMMITTEE ON POLITICAL EDUCATION VOTES TO OPPOSE AMENDMENT 71

Denver – The Colorado AFL-CIO, which represents more than 170 affiliate unions whose membership totals more than 130,000 working Coloradans, today released its final legislative endorsements for the 2016 Colorado election cycle. In addition, the Colorado AFL-CIO Committee on Political Education voted to oppose Amendment 71, which changes the rules for citizen-initiated ballot measures in Colorado.

Growing up in rural Kentucky, Augusta Thomas witnessed the extreme measures elected officials would take to prevent African-American men from voting.

Devastating floods in Louisiana have damaged an estimated 40,000 homes across 20 parishes. As of Thursday, 4,000 people were still being housed in area shelters. As always, union members were the first responders on the ground and will be heavily involved in recovery efforts.

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