Employment. Labor market.
A business group says the $250 per ton tax on industrial enterprises that emit pollutants would unfairly target industry, and threaten jobs.
The new law spends $1.2 trillion over five years to upgrade bridges, highways, rail, transit, ports, airports, water systems, and more.
Unions and community groups want to know if a landmark agreement on the massive Broadway Corridor redevelopment project still stands.
The Postmaster’s new 10-year plan will slow First Class and parcel deliveries, raise prices, close post offices, and outsource postal work.
Union and community members celebrated the 246th birthday of the U.S. Postal Service (USPS) at a rally July 26.
Daimler will make its next-generation electric Freightliner trucks in Portland, where Freightliner began … and raise starting pay $4 an hour.
Unions say ongoing budget cuts are part of a pattern that is undermining Clark College’s ability to provide a quality education.
The Powell’s Books union contract offers laid off workers recall rights when jobs reappear, but the CEO says those recall rights have expired.
President Biden is asking Congress for $2 trillion in federal investment in infrastructure, research, training and home care over a decade.
An April 1 union vote could get members of IATSE Local 28 back to work at Portland Trail Blazers and Portland Winterhawks home games.