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Labor News Update - 02/2/2023

A group of about 150 leaders of various faiths are calling on Warrior Met Coal to settle its ongoing strike with the United Mine Workers of America, which is still going on after 22 months.

Nissan Techs Can Vote on Union, US Labor Board Rules

The dinner-theater chain sued its workers’ new union for referencing "Medieval Times" in its name. The union said the lawsuit was pure intimidation.

Hundreds of Portland city employees prepare to strike Thursday over wages, other working conditions

Whitney Union Protests at Luxe Museum Party as Contract Negotiations Lag 

Concession Workers Vote to Authorize Strike at United Center: ‘Show Me at That Table You Care'

Workers allege REI aims to stymie unionizing in Berkeley, Cleveland, NYC

Union leaders advocate for pay increases, additional resources for teachers

FirstService caretaker says he and wife were fired for union activity, wage theft lawsuit 

Trader Joe's files objection to Louisville store's union vote

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