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    Longshoremen’s union and CSA agree to mediation, holding off strike

    October 24, 2022 // “We’re making the attempt one more time, with the federal mediator,” Mark Bass, president of the ILA Local 1410, said. The two parties have agreed to work with the Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service (FMCS) to mediate the disagreement and agree to a new contract. Last week, the Lede reported that Local 1410 had voted to strike CSA operations, after union membership voted not to accept the company’s contract offer in September.

    Judge denies EMU administration’s request to order striking faculty back to class now

    September 9, 2022 // EMU administration filed a suit in Washtenaw County Circuit Court on Wednesday, Sept. 7, asking the court to bar the university’s chapter of the American Association of University Professors from continuing its strike that began on Wednesday. The university claims the strike is illegal under Michigan law.

    Rep. Good Introduces the Small Businesses Before Bureaucrats Act

    May 24, 2022 // “The Small Businesses Before Bureaucrats Act brings much needed updates to federal labor law. Congressman Good should be applauded for bringing the NLRB’s jurisdiction back to the levels Congress intended. With inflation rampant and prices skyrocketing, it is absurd that these standards have not been updated since the 1950s. The modernization of NLRB’s thresholds will protect small businesses in Virginia and across the country from what many see as a partisan Board seeking to put union interest above workers and job creators.” – F. Vincent Vernuccio, President of Institute for the American Worker

    REP. GOOD INTRODUCES THE SMALL BUSINESSES BEFORE BUREAUCRATS ACT

    May 13, 2022 // “The Small Businesses Before Bureaucrats Act brings much needed updates to federal labor law. Congressman Good should be applauded for bringing the NLRB’s jurisdiction back to the levels Congress intended.With inflation rampant and prices skyrocketing it is absurd that these standards have not been updated since the 1950s. The modernization of NLRB’s thresholds will protect small businesses in Virginia and across the country from what many see as a partisan Board seeking to put union interest above workers and job creators.”