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News From: Donald Trump

by Kris LaGrange | on Jan 06, 2021

Trump Starts Riot at US Capitol

Inside the Capitol, the House and the Senate met to approve the votes of the Electoral College. While Republicans inside the building attempted to overthrow the vote of the people to gain favor with...

by Brian Young | on Jan 04, 2021

Trump Rule Slows Down Union Elections

2020 was a tough year for everyone, but it was especially difficult for workers to organize a union. In addition to the pandemic, workers were faced with changing rules that were meant to slow down...

by Kris LaGrange | on Dec 11, 2020

Podcast: Trump Freezes Federal Workers Pay

Plus Southwest announces layoffs, NFLPA thinks they can get the season finished without a bubble, the IBEW is training fire departments on how to deal with solar panels, organizing wins from DC to...

by Guest Post | on Dec 11, 2020

Republicans: A Danger to American Democracy

One of the most depressing figures in the news this year is 27. That’s the number of congressional Republicans — out of a total of 249 — who were willing to say in a Washington Post...

by Brian Young | on Dec 08, 2020

Trump Says Freeze Federal Workers Pay

Trump may be on his way out, but he is using his last few weeks in office to continue his war on federal workers. As negotiations continue over the 2021 pay for federal workers, Trump has released a...

by Guest Post | on Dec 01, 2020

Four Reasons Why Biden Shouldn't Pardon Trump

This editorial first appeared on Daily Camera. Gerald Ford was right. It was years before I understood that. I was 17 years old on the day in 1974 when the 38th president pardoned the 37th,...

by Press and Media | on Nov 05, 2020

Trump Turned His Back on the Worker

AFL-CIO President Richard Trumka, sat down with Yahoo Finace to discuss the 2020 election and why workers left Trump. Check out the interview below.

by Chris Erikson | on Nov 02, 2020

You Get What You Pay For

Think back to the 2016 presidential election: Hillary Clinton vs. Donald Trump; “love her,” “hate her;” “I’m not voting because she can’t lose”;...

by Brian Young | on Nov 02, 2020

Trump's Four Year War on Labor

For nearly four years, Trump has waged a war on labor. Readers of UCOMM Blog might remember when he went after federal pensions, or cut OSHA inspections, or put a PATCO strikebreaker in charge of the...

by Kris LaGrange | on Oct 30, 2020

Trump Will Sign National Right to Work Law

Could Right to Work become a national law? That is the promise that is being made by the National Right to Work (RTW) Committee in a series of print ads running in Alabama. The ads are in support...

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