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Jan. 14, 2003
Some 14,000 General Electric employees strike for two days (below) to protest the company's mid-contract decision to shift an average of $400 in additional health care co-payments onto each worker.

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Jan. 4, 2021 | UNIONS | When President-elect Joe Biden takes office in January, he’ll inherit a country that’s riven with divisions along ethnic and socioeconomic lines. The central tenets of his “Build Back Better” plan suggest that his administration will confront these divisions head-on. Nothing would have more hard-dollar value than organizing the working class—all of it, Black, brown, and white. It will go a long way toward bringing people together. Or at least it would put them in the same union halls out of individual self-interest. The single best way to begin to spur this solidarity, as well as the economic benefits that would follow, is to push the Protecting the Right to Organize Act…The New Republic
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