If ratified as expected members of Oregon Nurses Association would see wages rise more than 9 percent.
For workers in the company’s wireless division, it’s the first-ever walkout.
Laid-off workers tour college campuses and protest at the annual shareholders meeting.
As part of a campaign to win back residential work, IBEW Local 48 is ready to contribute $200 toward your next home electrical project.
A Supreme Court ruling that ‘fair share’ fees are unconstitutional is likely 6 to 13 months away.
The American Health Care Act, dubbed Trumpcare, would worsen Obamacare’s flaws.
To tackle potholes and congestion, Oregon Legislature needs to hear from union members about a proposed $8.2 billion transportation package.
Oregon Working Families Party state director Karly Edwards is leaving to work for the Oregon Nurses Association.
The bill would erode the 40-hour work week by making it cheaper for employers to require long hours.
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