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United Mine Workers begin what is to become a 110-day national coal strike. Union Communication Services

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Supreme Court Considers Trucking Case That Could Rattle the Economy
Posted On: Oct 04, 2018
October 4, 2018 | JUSTICE | Truckers got their day in court on Wednesday, as a not-quite-complete slate of Supreme Court justices weighed arguments in a closely watched case that could saddle the industry with higher costs that could hit consumers and ripple throughout the economy. The case pits business interests against labor groups in the first major case of the term that could have consequences for hundreds of thousands of American workers and potentially millions of consumers. It could shape an industry that generates more than half a trillion dollars in annual revenue. The case also raises questions about the use of the "independent contractor" designation to reduce pay and benefits for workers who perform essentially identical work as employees. On that front, the court's decision could have ramifications for virtually every sector of the economy… CNBC
 
 
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