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    In the coming months, the United States Supreme Court is set to hear oral arguments and rule upon a case that could mean nationwide “right-to-work” for all public sector workers. Union busters are beating their chests over the prospects of …

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  • Apprenticeship distributes more than 5,000 applications before 2017 pickup period closes

    After distributing more than 5,000 applications in the month of November, Local 150’s apprenticeship program has closed its 2017 application distribution window. Individuals who came to pick applications must now return them along with supporting documents by December 31, 2017. …

  • Local 150 Business Representative Lance Yednock to Challenge Jerry Long for State Representative in Illinois District 76

    Democrat Lance Yednock Announces Run Against Jerry Long for State Representative Local unions line up behind Yednock following Long’s failure to keep his promise to stand up for working families in Springfield OTTAWA, IL – Lifelong Ottawa resident Lance Yednock, …

  • Local 150 Wins Lawsuit Filed by Algonquin Township Road District

    On November 16, the McHenry County Circuit Court dismissed a lawsuit filed by the Algonquin Township Road District, in which the District sought to declare its collective bargaining agreement with the International Union of Operating Engineers Local 150 null and …

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