Today in Labor History: June 30; Cool Labor Site

Today in Labor History: June 302014.06.30—history-NYPost
Up to 40,000 New York construction workers demonstrated in midtown Manhattan, protesting the Metropolitan Transportation Authority’s awarding of a $33 million contract to a nonunion company. Eighteen police and three demonstrators were injured. “There were some scattered incidents and some minor violence,” Police Commissioner Howard Safir told the New York Post. “Generally, it was a pretty well-behaved crowd.” – 1998
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Cool Labor Site: Help for Working People
Workers at the U.S. Department of Labor provide assistance with and information about hundreds of different work-related issues.  This site will acquaint you with some of the  important  topics they, and the nation’s workers and unions, deal with every day.  http://www.dol.gov/dolatoz/

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