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Lawsuit Challenging Walker’s Anti-Union Law Could Be Revived

Posted in Main Blog (All Posts) on December 31st, 2011 5:43 am by HL

Lawsuit Challenging Walker’s Anti-Union Law Could Be Revived
MADISON, Wis. — A prosecutor asked the Wisconsin Supreme Court on Friday to reopen his lawsuit challenging Gov. Scott Walker’s contentious collective bargaining law, contending…

Pamela Powers Hannley: Occupy The Post Office?
..as more than 500 Tucsonans listened to a presentation by USPS rep Brian McCoy this week and waited to voice their opinions at the open mike, protesters from Jobs with Justice, Occupy Tucson, and the local postal workers’ union chanted, waived signs, and signed petitions outside… USPS proposes to cut the number of facilities from 487 to 252 and reduce the workforce through lay-offs and attrition; the Tucson mail processing plant is one that could be closed.

Imad Mesdoua: What Next for the African Union in 2012?
Africa’s Unity depends largely on the ability of the continent to move forward in its development at the national level first. One African currency and a united political system will do little to bring the continent out of poverty if political elites at the national level remain corrupt and untrustworthy.

Santorum Pushes Hard In Key State
MARSHALLTOWN, Iowa — Republican presidential hopeful Rick Santorum pushed back Friday against criticism from a rival for his pursuit of funding for home-state projects during…

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