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by Kris LaGrange | on Apr 26, 2016

My run-in with an a-hole

We are in an extremely busy time of year right now at UCOMM Communications. We are building state of the art websites for four new clients and upgrading mobile technologies for four others. In...

by Press and Media | on Apr 20, 2016

Building Trades Caucus forms

In yesterday's Morning Shift, we saw this great story about a new Building Trades caucus in Congress.  We have also included an editorial form the founders about why they joined.A new...

by Press and Media | on Apr 19, 2016

Never been better...

By most measures, the economy is doing great. The US labor market is creating around 200,000 jobs a month, which has brought the unemployment rate tumbling to 5%. Meanwhile, home prices are up and...

by Press and Media | on Apr 14, 2016

Hill Gets Big Donation from Walmart’s Alice Walton

By Zach Gorelick of Freebeacon.comA major anti-Walmart union is staying tight-lipped about billionaire Walmart heiress Alice Walton’s six-figure donation to Hillary Clinton.The United Food and...

by Kris LaGrange | on Apr 12, 2016

Dem candidates court union voters

With the New York Primary coming up on Tuesday, April 19th, Democrats are campaigning across the state trying to win every last vote.  NY’s high union density has meant talking union...

by Kris LaGrange | on Apr 07, 2016

They live among us

On April 6th Donald Trump brought his circus to Long Island, New York. UCOMM  sent reporters Brian Young and Ryan Birch to the event to talk to attendees who are supporting Trump and ask if...

by Kris LaGrange | on Mar 30, 2016

A history of violence

This has been one of the most violent Presidential elections ever in recorded American history. Usually the violence hasn’t come from the campaigns directly but this is not the case for Donald...

by Brian Young | on Mar 29, 2016

Go Home Becky Friedrichs

In an expected 4-4 decision the Supreme Court has failed to reach a majority in the Friedrichs V. California Teachers Association (CTA) case.  The case, which threaten the rights of public...

by Press and Media | on Mar 28, 2016

Not Chicago 1968, but Berlin 1932

This article first appeared in The Atlantic by Robert J. S. RossThe cautionary tale now engaging progressive, Democratic forces in the face of a probable Donald Trump presidential nomination has been...

by Kris LaGrange | on Mar 17, 2016

AFL-CIO: What women want

The AFL-CIO has released a survey of 25,000 working women that looks at the issues that they are concerned about during this years Women’s History Month.  At a press conference on Capital...

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