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Anti-union forces are at it again, trying to dismantle basic worker protections by going after the institutional bodies and long-held precedents that govern labor standards in the United States.

Soon after a container ship slammed into the Francis Scott Key Bridge in Baltimore on Tuesday, March 26, causing its collapse and killing six workers, affiliate members of the Baltimore/D.C. Metro...

For whatever reason — careful consideration, overwhelming evidence, or recent articles published in this newspaper — the San Francisco Municipal Transit Authority (SFMTA) has shifted gears regarding...

With ballots from the primary election now in and counted, it’s a good time for a debrief. How did the San Francisco Building and Construction Trades Council’s endorsed candidates and preferred...

Over 2,500 San Francisco city workers from various unions, including IFPTE Local 21 and SEIU Local 1021, gathered en masse at City Hall on Wednesday, January 17, to collectively send the message to...

Assembly Bill 1532, a.k.a. the Office-to-Housing Conversion Act, might be just the thing San Francisco needs to start making a dent in its lack of housing and depressed economic outlook.

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