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  • DELAYS IN FEDERAL TRANSPORTATION FUNDING COSTS MILLIONS

    Further delay in passing a fully-funded federal transportation plan will cost the region millions of dollars per day, reports the Chicago Tribune. The last multi-year plan expired in late 2009, and has since been granted eight short-term extensions, the most …

  • LOCAL 150 SUES INDIANA GOVERNOR DANIELS OVER RIGHT TO WORK LAW

    On February 22, Local 150 filed a lawsuit against Indiana’s governor, attorney general, and labor commissioner over the recently-passed “right to work” law. From the Associated Press: INDIANAPOLIS — Union members went to federal court Wednesday to ask a judge …

  • MEMBERS DESCEND ON INDY TO PROTEST RIGHT TO WORK PASSAGE

    More than 1,000 members from every corner of Local 150’s jurisdiction traveled to Indianapolis on Wednesday, February 1 to demonstrate in opposition to the “right to work” law, which was ultimately passed by the Senate and signed into law by …

  • SWEENEY DENOUNCED GOVERNOR DANIELS FLIP FLOP ON RIGHT TO WORK

    Amidst a heated battle against so-called “right to work” legislation in Indiana, Local 150 President-Business Manager James Sweeney once again expressed his disappointment in Governor Daniels for changing the position Daniels took on “right to work” when he sought Local 150’s …

  • CONTRACTORS LINE UP IN OPPOSITION TO RIGHT TO WORK

    The so-called “right to work” bill currently being discussed in Indianapolis would have serious negative consequences on the wages and benefits of workers, but signatory contractors have stepped up with a concern of their own – this law would affect the types of contracts that they would be able to …

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