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By BILL LONDRIGAN

With the 1935 passage of the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA), the rights of workers in the private sector to form and join unions of their choosing were recognized and codified into law.

It has been 86 years since passage of the NLRA, and with amendments and numerous court cases, precedents, and rulings it is time to see how workers in the private sector seeking to form or join unions at their workplaces have fared under the NLRA:

By KENNY COLSTON

Kentucky Democratic Party

Frankfort, KY As the Delta variant of the COVID-19 virus rages through the Commonwealth, GOP leaders are choosing to support a deadly virus that has claimed thousands of Kentuckians’ lives in a desperate attempt to gain a political advantage.

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The Union Advantage on Infrastructure Projects

Bloomberg TV

July 29, 2021

AFL-CIO President Richard Trumka joined Bloomberg TV to discuss the union advantage on infrastructure projects.

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