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Central Labor Council

Sponsored PageMay 2024 You can read the print version of the Central Labor Council page below. This is a .pdf of the May 2024 Central Labor Council Sponsored Page. There are features that allow [...] Continue Reading

Merced County Falls Short

(Editor’s note: The following article is printed with the permission of the Central Valley Journalism Collaborative, a nonprofit newsroom based in Merced.) During its last meeting of the year, the [...] Continue Reading

Drivers Strike Ends With Victory

On July 8, Visalia’s fixed bus routes, Dial-A-Ride, Sequoia Shuttle and V-LINE were all suspended as drivers went on strike. It was startling to see the transit center so desolate. Throw in a [...] Continue Reading

The Fall of Bitwise

On May 29, Bitwise Industries furloughed its 900 employees nationwide “effective immediately.” Why? The company ran out of cash and couldn’t pay its employees. As news about the company’s financial [...] Continue Reading

Patient Care Crisis

On May 25, a sea of purple engulfed the Capitol in Sacramento. More than 600 healthcare workers, medical assistants, home caregivers, clinic workers, resident physicians and patients wearing purple [...] Continue Reading