On June 24, 2015, nominations were accepted for the offices of President, Secretary-Treasurer, Recording Secretary, fourteen (14) Southern Division Vice Presidents and eight (8) Northern Division Vice Presidents. The nominations will be presented to the executive board in July
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Apprenticeship has long been the backbone of the Building Trades unions. Their on-the-job training programs put workers on a path to family-sustaining careers while ensuring union contractors have access to the highly skilled labor pool they need to remain competitive. Read entire Union Advocate article here.
On June 24, 2015, nominations were accepted for the offices of President, Secretary-Treasurer, Recording Secretary, fourteen (14) Southern Division Vice Presidents and eight (8) Northern Division Vice Presidents. The nominations will be presented to the executive board in July for approval and forwarded to Region 6 of the International Union. Officers and Executive Board members will be sworn in at a joint executive board meeting in October. As a result of no contested elections, the election scheduled for July 22, 2015 will not be held.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
King v. Burwell United States Supreme Court Decision Will Have
No Impact on MinnesotansRuling will not impact availability of tax credits on MNsure or other state-based exchanges
ST. PAUL, Minn. — King v. Burwell, a pending case before the United States Supreme Court, will have no impact in Minnesota, a result of the Minnesota legislature establishing MNsure as a state-based exchange.
Congratulations UFCW Local 1189 members at St. Anthony Park Home! On June 5, 2015, members unanimously passed a 5% wage increase along with a $.50 start scale increase!
We made it easy to call our Senators! Use the same number!
Please call 888-966-9836 and PLEASE URGE YOUR SENATOR TO VOTE NO ON "CLOTURE" FOR FAST TRACK. Vote could be as early as Tuesday!
In case you didn’t hear yet, things didn't go our way in the House, so the Fast Track fight now heads back to the Senate, with a new vote
expected as early as this Tuesday.
In a close vote, the House approved Fast Track legislation yesterday. While we obviously would have preferred the House to just kill Fast