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Latest News - July 2010

July 30, 2010
AFSCME Official in Milwaukee Pleads Guilty to Embezzlement From Voter Fund
Source: National Legal and Policy Center
By: Carl Horowitz

July 26, 2010
Senator Collins 'No' on Disclose Act
Source: ABC News
By: Devin Dwyer and Matt Jaffe

July 24, 2010
Major Hollywood studios threatened by Teamsters pay dispute
The union, which provides drivers who haul equipment to film sets, is expected to provide a strike authorization vote from members.
Source: Los Angeles Times
By: Richard Verrier

July 22, 2010
Nursing union leader gets 3 years probation
Source: Anchorage Daily News

July 22, 2010
Wal-Mart Cracks Chicago by Splitting Union, Non-Union Workers
Source: Bloomberg
By: Leslie Patton and Matthew Boyle

July 22, 2010
Rose Ann DeMoro Wants Hospitals to Scream
Labor firebrand Rose Ann DeMoro of California is out to build a powerful new super union
Source: Bloomberg Businessweek
By: Dune Lawrence

July 19, 2010
Union Shops Driving Down Job Growth, Critics Warn
Source: FoxNews

July 17, 2010
Carpenters Union official John Greaney cuts a deal with feds and rolls over on ex-boss Michael Forde
By: Scott Shifrel

July 16, 2010
To Protest Hiring of Nonunion Help, Union Hires Nonunion Pickets
Jobless Recruits Get Minimum Wage 'To March Around and Sound Off'
Source: The Wall Street Journal

July 15, 2010
Unions get preference on Champlain Bridge
Source: PressRepublican
By: LOHR McKINSTRY Staff Writer

July 06, 2010
Supply Chain News: Card Check Unionization Bill May Quickly Reappear, as US Labor Gets Active
Sen. Harkin says Bill Likely to be Re-Introduced in Senate in 2010, as New UAW Chief Vows to "Pound" Toyota
Source: Supply Chain Digest

July 06, 2010
Fewer workers go on strike as organized labor shrinks
Source: USA Today
By: Matthew Daneman



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