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NLRB regs set to take effect in late April

Two new National Labor Relations Board regulations for employers are set to take effect on April 30 assuming federal court decisions or political opposition doesn’t further delay them. The first regulation requires union and non-union employers to post 11-by-17-inch notices ...

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Labor threats carry poignancy for Irish-Americans

NEW YORK CITY — In a year when the questions of union power and the responsibility of governments to their employees have taken center stage, St. Patrick's Day is taking on dual meaning for many Irish-Americans, with their rich ties to the labor movement.

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Ex-Niagara Falls mayor takes deal

BUFFALO — Prosecutors will drop public corruption charges against a former Niagara Falls mayor in exchange for a guilty plea to filing false pension claims with his union.

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Texas delegates: Return to bargaining table

The Retail, Wholesale and Department Store Union released a letter Tuesday from members of the Texas Congressional Delegation to the CEO of Dr Pepper Snapple Group, expressing concerns over the ongoing Mott’s strike in Williamson, Wayne County.

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