President's Corner

April 2018 Healthcare Costs Expected to Spike

Read Full Article

The Newsroom

  • Municipal Defense Meeting Materials

    On June 20th, a meeting of public sector and municipality members was held to discuss political attacks against workers, as well as the possibility of adding these members to IUOE’s Central Pension Fund. Links to the presentations are below: Public …

  • Chicago Crane License Program Updated, Requiring New Tests for Operators

    Chicago’s new crane ordinance will be effective on September 1, 2015. The new ordinance requires that any person operating crane equipment with a rated lifting/hoisting capacity of over 2,000 pounds to obtain a Chicago Crane Operator License. The ordinance also …

  • David Fagan resigns from Ports of Indiana Commission, Citing Disagreement with Governor Pence over Common Wage Repeal

    Today, David Fagan submitted his resignation from the Ports of Indiana Commission to Governor Mike Pence. Citing Pence’s support for the repeal of Indiana’s Common Construction Wage, Fagan stated, “I no longer believe I can be associated with your administration.” …

  • Illinois Attorney General: “Right to Work” Zones are Illegal

    Throughout his campaign and early tenure in office, Illinois Governor Bruce Rauner has promised to allow counties and municipalities the option to be “right to work” zones. That plan, however, is illegal, according to an opinion released Friday by Illinois Attorney …

  • How the super rich are attempting an Illinois takeover

    This article was originally posted on HuffingtonPost.com You have to go all the way back to ancient Athens to find an explanation for what’s happening in our country today. It was the political philosopher Aristotle who first used the term …

  • Page 16 of 31« First...10...1415161718...30...Last »