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Road Crew Workers In Polk Township, Pennsylvania, Vote Teamsters

Road crew workers employed by Polk Township, Pa., have recently voted for their first Teamster contract and to be represented by Teamsters Local 773 in Allentown. The contract was unanimously ratified.

Hoffa: Senate Sets Right Course By Approving Unemployment Benefits

Teamsters General President James P. Hoffa issued the following statement today on the Senate’s approval of legislation that would reinstate long-term unemployment benefits for some 2.8 million Americans.

Judge Approves $1.25 Million Wage Settlement For Baltimore City School Bus Workers

(BALTIMORE) –  Today, a district court judge approved a $1.25 million settlement that Baltimore City school bus drivers and attendants reached with their employer, Durham School Services. The settlement covers damages for 372 class members over unpaid wages dating back to 2010.

California Teamsters Call On US Foods To Recognize Union, Provide Security For Workers

On Tuesday, US Foods warehouse workers in Corona, Calif., called on the company to recognize Teamsters Local Union 63, Los Angeles, as their bargaining representative and to proceed immediately to negotiations for a first contract.

New York's Tom O'Donnell Named Teamsters Motion Picture Division Director

International Brotherhood of Teamsters General President Jim Hoffa has announced the appointment of Tom O’Donnell, President of Teamsters Local 817 in Great Neck, NY, as Director of the Teamsters Motion Picture and Theatrical Trades Division.

Investigation Finds UNFI Given $14 Million Without Due Process

The New York State Authorities Budget Office (ABO) released a report last week finding that the Town of Montgomery Industrial Development Agency (IDA) violated the law and its own policies in awarding more than $14 million in property and sales tax exemptions to grocery wholesaler United Natural Foods Inc. (UNFI).

President's Column: Perfect Partners... Scrooge, Wal-Mart and Congress

How do people survive, let alone buy Christmas gifts for their kids, while working for the minimum wage, which is less than $8 an hour in the Teamster Joint Council 3 states of Arizona, Colorado, Idaho, Montana, New Mexico, Utah and Wyoming.
Hansen's History: Members support unions on most issues
Editor's note: This is another in the ongoing series of historical items reprinted from earlier editions of the Rocky Mountain Teamster. This is from August, 1967.

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