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November 28, 2015
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LIUNA endorses Hillary Clinton for President
Washington, D.C.
"We build Iowa" video
Our Iowa LECET has put together a great video about LIUNA and what it has to offer in Iowa.  View it at
Working Women's Survey
The AFL-CIO is doing a survey of working women and their concerns, releasing the results during Women's History Month in March 2016.  To take the survey, go to
Revitalizing infrastructure has never been cheaper
With an interest rate of roughly 2%, the costs of investing in our infrastructure are as low as they have ever been. A recent report showed unexpectedly slow job growth over the summer, raising the odds of a stall in the already sluggish U.S. economic recovery. Read More...
LIUNA 393 aids Starved Rock State Park
Laborers Local 393 and United Auto Workers Local 145 recently donated their labor to enhance the Starved Rock State Park
General President O'Sullivan praises Hillary Clinton's stance on the "Cadillac tax"
LIUNA General President Terence M. O'Sullivan said on September 30: "LIUNA members and their families thank Secretary Clinton for opposing this unfair tax that harms middle class workers who have fought and bled for good wages and benefits, only to see them put at risk by a short-sighted proposal in the Affordable Care Act. Read More...
Dakota Access Pipeline using union contractors, local manufacturers
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Congress approaches traffic jam with highway bill
Funding for the nation’s crumbling roads and highways is about to run out in two weeks, and Congress is in disarray on how to prevent it: House Republicans are pushing a plan that GOP senators oppose, Democrats are scrambling for a unified response, and both parties are grasping for a way out. Read More...
Most workers are employees, not independent contractors
by E. Tammy Kim   @etammykim The federal Department of Labor has signaled its concern that workers are being unlawfully excluded from key protections on the job. On Wednesday, the agency’s wage-and-hour division released a 15-page document clarifying who should be considered an “independent contractor” versus an “employee. Read More...
"Don't Forget the Laborer" radio commentary
Here's a radio commentary about our Laborers out in the hot sun...
"Cadillac Tax" next Obamacare battle
The Supreme Court fights over the Affordable Care Act may be over for now. But before you get too comfortable, there’s still plenty of fighting left to do.  The latest example can be seen in Washington where Fortune 500 companies and labor unions have teamed up to lobbyCongress to kill a tax on generous – some say lavish – health plans. Read More...
Workers protest unsafe conditions at Brandt

Non-union workers have been protesting at Brandt Construction, Milan, Illinois, over unsafe conditions at a project in Muscatine, Iowa.

U.S. Transportation Secretary - Roads & bridges inadequate
Today, we released a set of Fact Sheets showing the condition of transportation in all 50 states. It's not a pretty picture. Grim data from just one of the 50 fact sheets DOT released today. A nation's infrastructure is its economic backbone. Read More...
Illinois can't turn-around with potholes
From pension debt to a deep budget hole, Illinois is a state all too familiar with crisis. Another one is looming on the horizon, one pothole and one cracked road at a time that are adding up quickly. The Illinois Department of Transportation’s latest multi-year program, which spans six years of investment, was recently released to outline the plan for road and bridge construction. Read More...
Prevailing wage next Republican target
Union dominance of state-funded public works faces its most serious challenge in decades, with Republican governors and lawmakers campaigning to topple or pare long-standing prevailing wage laws. The Midwest is a particular hot spot, as it has been in the past, but the wage contests are playing out from Nevada to New York, where Democrats also are divided. Read More...
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