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2010 PAST NEWS
Updated On: Mar 20, 2013
  

 Wisconsin State Workers Fret, as G.O.P. Takes Over
By Monica Davey
December 31, 2010  

Alfred E. Kahn Dies at 93; Prime Mover of Airline Deregulation
By Robert D. Hershey, Jr.
December 31, 2010

 CVS Caremark to Buy Medicare Business for $1.25 Billion
By Azam Ahmed
December 31, 2010

Boomers Hit New Self-Absorption Milestone: Age 65
By Dan Barry
December 31, 2010

 

 

Census Data Realigns Congressional Districts
By Sandhys Somashekhar and Aaron Blake
December 21, 2010

NY Attorney General Cuomo Sues Ernst & Young
By Zachary A. Goldfarb
December 22, 2010

Thanks for the Tax Cut!
By Larry David
December 20, 2010

Amid Labor Anxiety, Obama Meets with Union Leaders
By Jim Kuhnhenn and Sam Hananel
The Associated Press

Teamsters Applaud Dismissal of ABF Suit
December 16, 2010

Unease Grows About Future of Financing for Pell Grants
By TAMAR LEWIN
December 18, 2010


News Analysis: Immigration Vote Leaves Obama Policy in Disarray
By JULIA PRESTON
December 19, 2010

  Stalled 9/11 Health Bill Wins New Republican Support
By CARL HULSE
December 19, 2010


Obama Reaches Out to Liberal Groups to Shore Up Democratic Base After Tax Deal
By Peter Wallsten
Washington Post Staff Writer
Monday, December 20, 2010; 12:15 AM


OP-ED COLUMNIST

The Bipartisanship Racket
By FRANK RICH
Published: December 19, 2010

On Health Law, Check Back in a Generation
By Matt Bai
December 15, 2010
 

 House Set to Follow Senate in Approving Tax Deal
By David M. Herszenhorn
December 15, 2010

 

Opposition to Health Law is Steeped in Tradition
By David Leonhardt
December 14, 2010

Tax Deal Steams Closer to Approval
By Janet Hook
December 16, 2010

Fed Policy on Buying Treasury Bonds Stays on Track
By Neil Irwin
December 15, 2010

Save the Economy by Keeping Jobs at Home
By Harold Meyerson
December 15, 2010

It's Not Pork If It Means Better Ways To Hurt Puget Sound Ports
By: John Talton

(2nd Page)

Court to Expedite Filings in Clean-Truck Case
By: Bill Mongelluzzo
December 13, 2010


L.A. Mayor Makes 3 Public Forays
Villaraigosa Is Stepping Out, Politically Speaking, But Where Is He Going?

December 12, 2010
Cathleen Decker


Block Those Metaphors
By Paul Krugman
December 12, 2010

Obama's Hostage Deal
By Paul Krugman
December 9, 2010 

Senate Democrats Shift Strategy on
Imperiled Immigration Bill

By Shankar Vedantam and David A. Fahrenthold
December 9, 2010 

Ex-L.A. Labor Leader Alejandro Stephens
Headed to Prison

By Patrick J. McDonnell
December 8, 2010

House Passes Immigration Dream Act
By Lisa Mascaro and Kathleen hennessey
December 9, 2010

N.Y. Union Seeks to Block Disclosure of Teacher Evaluations
By Geraldine Baum
December 9, 2010

 

High Speed Rail Project Hit by
Civil Rights Complaint

By Dan Weikel
December 9, 2010

Feds Investigating Labor Figure's Book Deal
By Paul Pringle
December 9, 2010

 

 

 

 The Finite World
By Paul Krugman
December 26, 2010

Welcome to Wal-Mart? Even Some of its
Fans Don't Want One in the City

By Elizabeth A. Harris
December 26, 2010

Stimulus, Without More Debt
By Robert J. Shiller
December 25, 2010

A Mortgage Nightmare's Happy Ending
By Gretchen Morgenson
December 25, 2010

Pensions Push Taxes Higher
By Jeannette Neumann
December 24, 2010

Job Offers Rising as Economy Warms Up
By James R. Hagerty and Joe Light
December 24, 2010

Rush to Foreclose by Fannie, Freddie Helped Feed Problems
By Zachary A. Goldfarb and Ariana Eunjung Cha
December 23, 2010

Senate Ratifies New U.S. Russia Nuclear Weapons Treaty
By Mary Beth Sheridan and William Branigin
December 22, 2010

Alabama Town's Failed Pension is a Warning
By Michael Cooper and Mary Williams Walsh
December 22, 2010

Senate Passes 9/11 Health Bill
By Raymond Hernandez
December 22, 2010

U.S. Proposes Posted Notice of the Right to Unionize
By Steven Greenhouse
December 21, 2010



 

New York Times
U.S. Union Backing Boosts Korea Trade Pact
By Steven Greenhouse
December 8, 2010

Murmurs of Primary Challenge to Obama
By Matt Bai
December 7, 2010

  

Tax Package Will Aid Nearly All,
Especially Highest Earners

By David Kocieniewski
December 7, 2010

Few New Jobs Expected Soon Fram Free-Trade
Agreement With South Korea

By Sewell Chan
December 7, 2010

Obama Defends Tax Deal, but His Party Stays Hostile
By David M. Herszanhorn and Sheryl Gay Stolberg
December 7, 2010

For Obama, Tax Deal is a Back-Door Stimulus
By David Leonhardt
December 7, 2010

LA TIMES
High Speed Rail Authority Approves What Critics Call "Train to Nowhere'
By Dan Weikel and Rich Connell
December 3, 2010

Jack A. 'Jack' Kyser, Expert on L.A. Economy
Dies at 76

By Roger Vincent and Hugo Martin
December 7, 2010

LA TIMES
Truckers Say L.A.'s 'Green' Port Costs Them Money
By Patrick J. McDonnell
December 7, 2010

THE NEW YORK TIMES
In Tax Deal With G.O. P., 
a Portent for the Next 2 Years

By David M. Herszenhorn and Jackie Calmes
December 6, 2010

Tax Deal Suggests New Path for Obama
By David Herszenhorn and Jackie Calmes
December 6, 2010

Supreme Court Agrees to Hear Wal-Mart Appeal
By Adam Liptak and Steven Greenhouse
December 6, 2010

  

 THE WALL STREET JOURNAL
Majority of Panel Back Deficit Plan

By Jonathan Weisman and Damian Paletta
December 3, 2010


THE NEW YORK TIMES
Mounting Debts by States Stoke Fears of Crisis
By Michael Cooper
December 5, 2010

THE NEW YORK TIMES
All the President's Captors
By Frank Rich
December 5, 2010


USA TODAY
Boomer divide: Generation gap spans 19 years
By Haya El Nasser

The New Yorker
What Good is Wall Street?

By John Cassidy
November 29, 2010

Fed Documents Breadth of Emergency Measures
By Sewell Chan and Jo Craven McGinty
December 1, 2010

As Final Debt Plan is Released,
Signs that the Fight is Just Beginning

By Jackie Calmes
December 1, 2010

What You Need to Know About Home-Improvement Tax Credits
By Mara Lemos Stein
November 28, 2010

Projects Test Resolve on Earmarks
By Cameron McWhiter and Naftale Bendavid

November 30, 2010

Amid Deficit Fears, Obama Freezes Pay
By Peter Baker and Jackie Calmes
November 29, 2010

 E-mails Reveal Clashes over High-Speed Rail Project
By Rich Connell

New Rules Tell Insurers: Spend More on Care
By Robert Pear

The Give and Take of Liar Loans
By Joe Nocera

Still the Best Congress Money Can Buy
By Frank Rich

The Spanish Prisoner
By Paul Krugman

G.M. Offering Price Gave Treasury a Tough Call
By Bill Vlasic and Michael J. De La Merced

In Los Angeles, Big Step Ahead for Mass Transit
By Adam Nagourney

Winning the Class War
By Bob Herbert

Health Law Faces Threat of Undercut From Courts
By Kevin Sack and Robert Pear 


Divided Fed Lowered Growth Forecasts
By Luca Di Leo and Jon Hilsenrath

Bailout Vote That was Deadly in 2010 to Live on in 2012
By Aaron Blake

Vow to Repeal Health Care Holds Little Promise
By Albert R. Hunt

Could She Reach the Top in 2012? You Betcha
By Frank Rich

Unions Yield on Wage Scales to Preserve Jobs
By Louis Uchitelle 

 Hiding From Reality
By Bob Herbert

 Midterms Threaten Obama's Rail Plans
By Michael Cooper

For 3 Midwest Governors,
Public Employee Compensation Takes Center Stage

By Dan Balz 

  Train Makers Rail Against China's
High-Speed Designs

By Norikiko Shirouzu

Axis of Depression
By Paul Krugman

After the Wave, Democrats Still Standing
By Jim Cullen, The Progressive Populist

November 22, 2010
 

Deficit Proposal Draws Mixed Review
By Peter Wallsted

In Memoir, Bush Spins Fiscal Fiction
By Ruth Marcus

Take the No 7 to Secaucus? That's a Plan
By Charles V. Bagli and Nicholas Confessore

One Way to Trim Deficit: Cultivate Growth
By David Leonhardt 

The World as Obama Finds It
By Paul Krugman

 Fed Efforts to Revive Economy Find Critics
By Floyd Norris

Throwing Free Trade Overboard
By Robert E. Lighthizer

Municipal Bond Market Shudders
By Mary Williams Walsh

The Hijacked Commission
By Paul Krugman
 

Theodore W. Kheel, Labor Mediator Dies at 96
By Steven Greenhouse
 

Voices of Foreclosure Speak Daily About Desperation and Misery
By Nelson D. Schwartz

Under Attack, Fed Officials Defend Buying of Bonds
By Sewell Chan

Who Will Stand Up To The Superrich?
By Frank Rich 

 MTA Legal Costs Lacking in Oversight
By Dan Weikel 

State Inquiry Targets Bullet Train Officials
By Rich Connell

Tuition Hiked 15% at Cal State
By Carla Rivera 

 FEDEX Apologizes, Pays $30,000 to Fix Shelter
By Deepa Bharath

Estimated Budget Gap Balloons
By Shane Goldmacher

The Economy Trumps Health Care
By Reed Abelson

 

Walmart in the Big Supreme Court Squeeze
December 5, 2010

THE WASHINGTON POST
Court to decide if one class-action suit is proper in massive Wal-Mart discrimination case
By Robert Barnes
December 6, 2010


THE WASHINGTON POST
Democrats Lost in the Wilderness

By: Eugene Robinson
December 3, 2010


THE LA TIMES
How To Know When Your Jobless Benefits Will Run Out

By Alana Semuels
December 2, 2010
NOVEMBER 2, 2010 
California General Election Results
For updated information on local races
go to www.ocvote.com or click here
We will keep you updated as there are provisional ballots
left to count which may affect a few local level seats
It's the Fed we once had -- when a more democratically accountable
bank was enlisted to patriotically finance America's war debt.

Timothy A. Canova | October 11, 2010

COZYING UP TO BIG INVESTORS AT CLUB FED
September 2010




TEAMSTERS LOCAL 952
ELECTION OF OFFICERS RESULTS

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PICTURES OF THE DAY
Less Than 24 Hours to Go
Labor Unions Fear Rollback of Rights if G.O.P. Wins
By Steven Greenhouse
November 1, 2010
Friday, September 3, 2010
SECRETARY TREASURER
PATRICK D. KELLY
Radio Interview with Frank Mottek
KNX Business Hour

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MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 2010
LABOR DAY MARCH IN WILMINGTON, CA

SECERETARY TREASURER PATRICK D. KELLY ADDRESSES THE
IMPORTANCE OF PARTICIPATING IN THE UPCOMING ELECTION
Former Secretary-Treasurer of Local 186 and retired
Business Agent of Local 420 passed away.
MEMORIAL SERVICES
Saturday, October 30, 2010
1:00 PM
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15 Teloma Drive
Ventura, CA 930003

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The Moral Equivalent of Stagflation
By Paul Krugman
October 30, 2010

 U.S. Hears Echo of Japan's Woes
By Martin Fackler and Steve Lohr
October 29, 2010
In Nevada, It's Hold Nose and Cast Vote
By Dan Barry and Michael Cooper
October 29, 2010
Union Effort Is Grooming Candidates in New Jersey
By Richard Perez-Pena
October 29, 2010
Strange Tales in the Land of No Return
By Floyd Norris
October 28, 2011
G.M. Moves to Clean Up Its Books Before I.P.O.
By Nick Bunkley
October 28, 2010
 Tests of Cement Troubles Before BP Blowout
By Dina Cappiello
October 29, 2010
Bernanke's Reluctance to Speak Out Rankles Some
By Sewell Chan
October 28, 2010
 The Moral Equivalent of Stagflation
By Paul Krugman
October 30, 2010
U.S. Hears Echo of Japam's Woes
By Martin Fackley and Steve Lohr
October 29, 2010
In Nevada, It's Hold Nose and Cast Vote
By Dan Barry and Michael Cooper
October 29, 2010
Union Effort Is Grooming Candidates in New Jersey
By Richard Perez-Pena
October 29, 2010
Strange Tales in the Land of No Return
By Floyd Norris
October 28, 2010
G.M. Moves to Clean Up Its Books Before I.P.O.
By Nick Bunkley
October 28, 2010

Tests Warned of Cement Troubles Before BP Blowout
By Dina Cappiello
October 29, 2010 

Fannie and Freddie May Need Infusion
By Binyamin Appelbaum
October 21, 2010
Most Americans Worry About Ability to Pay
Mortgage or Rent, Poll Finds

By Ariana Eunjung Cha and Jon Cohen
October 28, 2010

How Much Does It cost to Buy a Vote?
By Brian Palmer
October 27, 2010

The Great Bailout Backlash
By Ross Douthat
October 25, 2010

Falling Into the Chasm
By Paul Krugman
October 24, 2010

Short Sales Resisted as Foreclosures Are Revived
By Michael Powell
October 24, 2010
What Happened to Change We Can Believe In?
By Frank Rich
October 23, 2010

Plunging Rates for Refinancing Aid the Thrifty
By David treitfeld
October 22, 2010

The Way We Treat Out Troups
By Bob Herbert
October 22, 2010

Fannie and Freddie May Need Infusion
By Binyamin Appelbaum
October 21, 2010

Oil Sands Effort Turns on a Fight Over a Road
By Tom Zeller, Jr.
October 21, 2010
New Faces Enter Fray in Accounting
By Floyd Norris
October 21, 2010
Credit Cards Soon to Get a Makeover
By Tara Siegel Bernard
October 21, 2010

Battle Lines Forming in Clash Over Foreclosures
By Gretchen Morgensen and Andrew Martin
October 20, 2010

Second Sestak Comeback Is Unlikely
By Nate Silver
October 14, 2010
Vietnam Human Rights Play Role in House Race
By Jennifer Medina
October 14, 2010
Trying to Chart the Long Road Back
By Michael Powell and Motoko Rich
October 13, 2010
Bankers Ignored Signs of Trouble on Foreclosures
By Eric Dash and Nelson D. Schwartz
October 13, 2010
 Vietnam Human Rights Play Role in House Race
By Jennifer Medina
October 14, 2010
Trying to Chart the Long Road Back
By Michael Powell and Motoko Rich
October 13, 2010
  
Fed Minutes Lend Weight to Stimulus
By Sewell Chan
October 12, 2010
F.D.I.C. Outlines Path to Financial Repair
By Sewell Chan
October 12, 2010
Across the U.S., Long Recovery Looks Like Recession
By Michael Powell and Motoko Rich
October 12, 2010
Research First, Cap and Trade Next
By David Leonhardt
October 13, 2010
  
N.Y. Faces $200 Billion in Retiree Health Costs
By Mary Williams Walsh
October 12, 2010
Offshore Wind Power Line Wins Praise, and Backing
By Mathew L. Wald
October 12, 2010
For Democrats, Even 'Safe' Seats Are Shaky
By Jeff Zeleny
October 11, 2010
Obama Pushes Transportation Spending
By Jackie Calmes
October 11, 2010
Currency Rift With China Exposes Shifting Clout
By Sewell Chan
October 10, 2010
Spain's Socialists and Unions Struggle to Adapt
By Rachel Donadio and Raphael Midner
October 9, 2010
Facebook Politicians Are Not Your Friends
By Frank Rich
October 9, 2010
Vilified or Not, Pelosi Insists She's Winning
By Mark Leibovich
October 9, 2010
Flying Fewer  Planes, Airlines Find Stability
By Jad Mouwwad
October 8, 2010
Policy at Its Worst
By Bob Herbert
October 8, 2010
Public Jobs Drop Amid Slowdown in Private Hiring
By Catherine Rampell
October 8, 2010
Campaign Gaffes Highlight 2 Jerry Browns
By Jese McKinley
October 8, 2010
Big Union Wins Vote Against a Rival in California
By Steven Greenhouse
October 8, 2010
G.M.'s Wage-Cutting Deal Clears Way for a Small Car
By Bill Vlasic and Nick Bunkley
October 7, 2010
Passionate Fight Over Obama's Former Seat
By Monica Davey
October 6, 2010
Health Care's Uneven Road to a New Era
By David Leonhardt
October 5, 2010
Dim Outlook for Holiday Jobs
By Stephanie Clifford and Catherine Rampell
October 6, 2010
Forclosure Furor Rises; Many Call for a Freeze
By David Streitfeld and Gretchen Morgenson
October 5, 2010
 Californians See Green in Climate Law: Poll
By Reuters
October 5, 2010
  
Cities in Debt Turn to States, Adding Strain
By Mary Williams Walsh
October 4, 2010
Subway Work on 2nd Avenue Hobbles Stores
By Joseph Berger
October 4, 2010
Rail Service Expansion Imperiled at State Level
By Michael Cooper
October 4, 2010
The Campaign Disconnect
By Bob Herbert
October 1, 2010
The Very Useful Idiocy of Chritine O'Donnell
By Frank Rich
October 2, 2010
Cheap Debt for Corporations Fails to Spur Economy
By Graham Bowley
October 3, 2010
Fear and Favor
By Paul Krugman
October 3, 2010
Proposal Pending on Mileage for Heavy-Duty Vehicles
By Matthew L. Wald
September 29, 2010
Congress Wraps Up Session Early as Midterm
Races Loom
By David M. Herszenhorn
September 29, 2010
Ex-Union President Issues Denial of Inquires
By Steven Greenhouse
September 28, 2010
Tractor-Trailers With Mileage Stickers?
By Matthew L. Wald

September 30, 2010
Supreme Court Takes Cases on Rights of Corporations
By Adam Liptak
September 28, 2010
 Structures of Excuses
By Paul Krugman
September 26, 2010
 Job Loss Looms as Part of Stimulus Act Expires
By Michael Cooper
September 25, 2010
 
We Haven't Hit Bottom Yet
By Bob Herbert
September 24, 2010
 House May Move on Tax Cuts Despite Delay
By David M. Herszenhorn
September 24, 2010
  
By Paul Krugman
October 24, 2010
By T. W. Farnam
October 24, 2010
By Michael Powell
October 24, 2010
By David Streitfeld
October 22, 2010
 Villaraigosa Introduces Pension Reform Proposal
By Patrick J. McDonnell
October 19, 2010
Banks' Foreclosure Hustle
By Harold Meyerson
October 20, 2010
A Tea Party of Populist Posers
By Dana Milbank
October 20, 2010
Democrats Are at Odds on Relevance of Keynes
By Sewell Chan
October 18, 2010
Playing All the Angles
By Maureen Dowd
October 16, 2010
Mortgage Damage Spreads
By Nick Timiraos, Jessica Silver-Greenberg and Dan Fitzpatrick
October 16, 2010
Bernanke Weighs Risks of New Action
By Sewell Chan
October 15, 2010
U.S. to Investigate China's Clean Energy Aid
By Sewell Chan and Keith Bradsher
October 15, 2010
Queens Wants Consideration in Creek Cleanup
New York Times
October 15, 2010
The Battle of Newtown Creek
By Mireya Navarro
By October 15, 2010
  Different Paths for Two California Republicans
By Jesse McKinley
September 23, 2010
 Downhill With the G.O.P.
By Paul Krugman
September 23, 2010
  For Many, Health Care Relief Begins Today
By Kevin Sack
September 22, 2010
 Insurers Scramble to Comply With New Rules
By Reed Abelson
September 20, 2010

Recession May Be Over, but Joblessness Remains
By Catherine Rampell
September 20, 2010
 Neglecting the Base
By Bob Herbert
September 20, 2010
 How Underwater Mortgages Can Float the Economy
By GLenn Hubbard and Chris Mayer
September 18, 2010
 Unions Find Members Slow to Rally Behind Democrats
By Steven Greenhouse
September 17, 2010
 The Illusion of Pension Savings
By Mary Williams Walsh
September 17, 2010
 Tax Increase Would Hit Few Small Businesses
By David Kocieniewski
September 17, 2010
 U.S. Steps Up Criticism of China's Practices
By Sewell Chan
September 16, 2010
 A Baby Step Toward Rules on Bank Risk
By Floyd Norris
September 16, 2010
 Edwin Newman, Journalist, Dies at 91
By Margalit Fox
September 15, 2010
 Recession Raises Poverty Rate to a 15-Year High
By Erik Eckholm
September 16, 2010
Poll Suggests Opportunties for Both Parties
By Jeff Zeleny and Megan Thee-Brenan
September 15, 2010
A Recovery's Long Odds
By Bob Herbert
September 13, 2010
In Mott's Strike, More Than Pay at Stake
By Steven Greenhouse
August 17, 2010
Was the Great Panic of 2008 Preventable?
By Robert J. Samuelson
September 13, 2010
 UPS Leaves 'Brown' for New Love
By Jennifer Levitz
September 13, 2010
  Retiring Later Is Hard Road for Laborers
By John Leland
September 12, 2010
 China, Japan, America
By Paul Krugman
September 12, 2010


House G.O.P. Leader Signals He's Open to Obama Tax Cut
By Daivd M. Herszenhorn
September 12, 2010


Time for This Big Dog to Bite Back
By Frank Rich
September 11, 2010



Paying the Price
By Bob Herbert
September 10, 2010
Tax Cuts May Prove Better for Politicians Than for Economy
By David Kocieniewski
September 10, 2010
 Ron Bloom Is Obama's Manufacturing Emissary
By Louis Uchitelle
September 9, 2010


Health Outlays Still Seen Rising
By Janet Adamy
September 8, 2010
 Rising to The Occasion
By Bob Herbert
September 6, 2010
Obama Offers a Transit Plan to Create Jobs
By Sheryl Gay Stolberg and Mary Williams Walsh
September 6, 2010
Labor Tries to Organize Carwashes in Los Angeles
By Steven Greenhouse
September 6, 2010
Housing Woes Bring a New Cry: Let the Market Fall
By David Streitfeld
September 5, 2010
For Many Unemployed Workers, Jobs Aren't Coming Back
By Alana Semuels
September 5, 2010
Democrats Plan Political Triage to Retain House
By Jeff Zeleny and Carl Hulse
September 4, 2010
 Labor's Man in OC Out to Save Capitalism
By David Whiting
September 3, 2020
Growth in Jobs Beats Estimates, Easing Concerns
By Motoko Rich
September 3, 2010
 The Real Story
By Paul Krugman
September 2, 2010
Stimulus Averted Depression, Romer Says
By Jackie Calmes
September 1, 2010
Above Ground, a 2nd Ave. Subway Plan Attracts Critics
By Terry Pristin
August 31, 2010 
Tax Cuts That Make a Difference
By David Leonhardt
August 31, 2010
Powell vs. Rangel: Testy Remake After 40 Years
By Michael Barbaro
Agust 29, 2010
California Senate Debate Turns on Economy
By Jesse McKinley
September 2, 2010
Monetray Fund Warns G-7 on Debt Levels
By Sewell Chan
September 1, 2010
Of Two Minds About Books
By Matt Richtel and Claire Miller
September 1, 2010
New York Rebounds From Slump, Unevenly
By Patrick McGeehan
August 30, 2010
  
We Owe the Troops an Exit
By Bob Herbert
August 30, 2010
The Saving Mentality is Hurting the Economy's Recovery
By Robert J. Samuelson, The Washington Post
August 30, 2010
For Obama, Steep Learning Curve as Chief in War
By Peter Baker
August 28, 2010
Judge Rules LA Port Clean Trucks Program Can Proceed
By Bill Mongelluzo, The Journal of Commerce
August 27, 2010
 
Bernanke Manages Expectations for Fed Role
By Sewell Chan
August 29, 2010
It's Witch-Hunt Season
By Paul Krugman
August 29, 2010
 
Orange County Is No Longer Nixon Country
By Adam Nagourney
August 29, 2010


The Billionaires Bankrooling the Tea Party
By Frank Rich
August 28, 2010
It's Not Over Until It's in the Rules
By Gretchen Morgenson
August 28, 2010
The Case for Reviving Revenue Sharing
By Robert J. Shiller
August 28, 2010
 America Is Better Than This
By Bob Herbert
August 27, 2010
Housing Market Plunged in July, Fueling Anxiety
By David Streitfeld
August 24, 2010
Boehner Urges Obama to Fire Economic Team
By Carl Hulse
August 24, 2010
Existing-Home Sales Plunged in July
By Meena Thiruvengadam
August 24, 2010
Housing Fades as a Means to Build Wealth, Analysts Say
By David Streitfeld
August 22, 2010
Now That's Rich
By Paul Krugman
August 22, 2010
Pakistanis Tell of Motive in Taliban Leader's Arrest
By Dexter Filkins
August 22, 2010
Debt's Deadly Grip
By Gretchen Morgenson
August 21, 2010
The Overconfidence Problem in Forecasting
By Richard H. Thaler
August 21, 2010
The Overconfidence Problem in Forecasting
By Richard H. Thaler
August 21, 2010
Council Renews Contracts with Supershuttle
and Prime Time Shuttle
July 28, 2010 


TEAMSTERS URGE LOS ANGELES CITY COUNICL
TO APPROVE SUPER SHUTTLE CONTRACT

Working Families Should Come First
PR Newswire
July 23, 2010

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SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA GROCERY RATIFICATION RESULTS FOR ALL LOCALS INVOLVED
1,975 YES
78 NO
WITH A 96% APPROVAL

Congratulations to all Teamsters and thank you for your support.


CLICK HERE TO SEE PICTURES OF THE DAY

- Agreement designed to improve YRCW long-term market competitiveness and provide for re-entry into multi-employer pension funds
- Ratification targeted for completion by late October 2010

**AUDIO; LA CITY COUNCIL JULY 21, 2010**
PLEASE LOOK TO YOUR MIDDLE LEFT (AUDIO ONLY) AND SCROLL DOWN TO HEAR THE FOLLOWING:
(2) 09-1646-S1 CD 11 Board of Airport Commissioners
report and Board Order Nos. AO-5167, AO-5168 and AO-
5169
relative to proposed Second Amendment to
Concession Agreement Nos. LAA-8212, LAA-8213 and
LAA-8214 with Blue Van Joint Venture (dba
Supershuttle), Rideshare Port Management, LLC (dba
Prime Time Shuttle) and Airport Connection (dba
Roadrunner Shuttle), respectively
.


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MISSION LINEN DRIVERS JOIN TEAMSTERS
August 3, 2010
Drivers with Mission Linen in Chino, California, recently joined Teamsters Local 952 in Orange.  The 34 drivers, who primarily deliver linens to restaurants and hotels, united for respect and fair treatment on the job.  "The big thing for us is respect. our work is very demanding and that's all we want in return", said Prudencio Quintana, Jr., a three-year driver.  Don Brewster, Teamsters Local 952 Vice President, said the local has just begun negotiations with the company on a first cotnract.
Audio Of National YRCW Conference Call On June 29, 2010
A national conference call providing an update to YRCW Teamsters took place on Tuesday, June 29, 2010, and the audio of the call is available. The call updated members about the two joint labor-management committees that have begun to address the YRCW companies re-entry into Teamster pension funds in January 2011 and ways to enhance the companies’ competitiveness in the freight industry.
LISTEN TO AUDIO HERE


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SUPPORT PENSION REFORM:
Pension relief, the FAA Bill with the Express Carrier provision, and the US Free trade agreement with Kora are all pieces of legislation that are critical to Teamster members and their families.  We ask for your assistant over the July recess in making sure that Members of Congress understand the importance of these issues.  We encourage our members to write letters and make phone calls to their Members of congress to discuss support for pension relief legislation, the Express Carrier provison, and trad legislation.
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ANOTHER CASE AGAINST PORT TRUCKING FIRM UNDERSCORES WIDESPREAD INDUSTRY ABUSE, DISREGARD OF LABOR LAWS, TEAMSTERS CHARGE
Class-Action Lawsuit Alleges Sun Pacific
Trucking Inc Committed “Wage Theft”

June 30, 2010
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U. S. SUPREME COURT ISSUES
GRANITEROCK RULING

Legal Outcome Welcomed by Local Company


“Graniterock describes a course of conduct that does indeed seem to strike
at the heart of the collective bargaining process federal labor laws were
designed to protect.”

COURT DECSION
June 24, 2010
Biggest Defaulters on Mortgages Are the Rich
By David Streitfeld
July 8, 2010
American Dream Is Elusive for New Generation
By Louis Uchitelle
July 6, 2010
Wal-Mart Fighting $7,000 Fine in Trampling Case
By Steven Greenhouse
July 6, 2010
5 Ways Congress Can Bolster Growth
By David Leonhardt
July 6, 2010
Punishing the Jobless
By Paul Krugman
July 4, 2010
 
S.E.C. Tightens Rules on Public Pension Funds
By Edward Wyatt
June 30, 2010
Documents Show Goldman Pressure on A.I.G.
By Gretchen Morgenson and Louise Story
June 30, 2010
Financial Overhaul Wins Final Approval
in House

By David M. Herszenhorn
June 30, 2010
 In U.S. Bailout of A.I.G., 
Forgivenuess for Big Banks

BY Louise Story and Gretchen Morgenson
June 29, 2010
City Commuters Press On Despite Transit Cuts
By James Barron
June 28, 2010
They Pushed Back
NY Times Editorial
June 28, 2010
 A MAGAZINE BACK ON A ROLL
By Jeremy W. Peters
June 28, 2010
 LEADERS AT SUMMIT TALKS TURN
ATTENTION TO DEFICIT CUTS

By Jackie Calmes And Sewell Chan
June 27, 2010
The Third Depression
By Paul Krugman
June 27, 2010
GLOBAL MIGRATION: A WORLD EVER
MORE ON THE MOVE

By Jason Deparle
June 27, 2010
A LINE IN THE SAND OVER
OFFSHORE DRILLING

By The New York Times
June 26, 2010
 CLEANUP HIRING FEEDS FRUSTRATION
IN FISHING TOWN

By John Leland
JUNE 26, 2010


IN DEAL, NEW AUTHORITY OVER WALL STREET
By Edward Wyatt And David M. Herszenhorn
June 26, 2010
 OP-ED COLUMNIST: WORSE THAN A NIGHTMARE
By Bob Herbert
June 26, 2010
 FARMWORKERS GET AID FROM U.S., STEPHEN COLBERT
By Shan Li And P.J. Huffstutter
June 25, 2010
OUT OF WORK, AND OUT OF BENEFITS
By Faye Fiore
June 25, 2010
US NEW HOME SALES DROP 33% IN MAY
BY DAVID STREITFELD
June 24, 2010
FOR GULF VICTIMS, MEDIATOR WITH
DEEP POCKETS AND BROAD POWER

By Jackie Calmes
June 23, 2010



EXPORTERS OPTIMISTIC OVER MOVE ON CURRENCY
By Steven Greenhouse And Stephanie Clifford
June 22, 2010
  
U.A.W. CHIEF IS TAKING ON TOYOTA PLANTS
By Nick Bunkley
June 22, 2010
POLL FINDS DEEP CONCERN ABOUT
NERGY AND ECONOMY

By John M. Broder and Marjorie Connelly
June 22, 2010
BANKS HAVE REPAID 75% OF BAILOUT, GEITHNER SAYS
By The Associated Press
June 22, 2010


BATTLES IN CALIFORNIA OVER MORTGAGES
By David Streitfeld
June 22, 2010



 NOW AND LATER
By Paul Krugman, Op-Ed Columnist
June 20, 2010
  CALIFORNIA UNEMPLOYMENT REPORT
FOSTERS DOUBTS ON RECOVERY

By Alana Semuels, Los Angeles Times
June 19, 2010
COST OF SEIZING FANNIE AND
FREDDIE SURGES FOR TAXPAYERS

By Binyamin Appelbaum
June 20, 2010
CLEAN THE GULF, CLEAN HOUSE,
CLEAN THEIR CLOCK

By FRANK RICH, Op-Ed Columnist
June 19, 2010
A TRICKY BALANCE FOR OIL-STATE POLITICIANS
By David M. Herszenhorn and Eric Lichtblau
June 19, 2010
HOUSE OFFICIALS UNDER INQUIRY
By: Mona Shadia, Daily Pilot
June 18, 2010
EMPLOYERS RACE FOR RETIREE FUNDS
By: Janet Adamy, The Wall Street Journal
June 16, 2010
GREEN ROAD ONLINE SYSTEM MONITORS
TRUCKERS' DRIVING HABITS

By: Tiffany Hsu, Los Angeles Times
June 18, 2010
LEADERS OF 4 CALIFORNIA EMPLOYEE
UNIONS AGREE TO PENSION ROLLBACK

By Shane Goldmacher, LA Times
June 17, 2010
AP-GFK POLL: PUBLIC THUMBS
UP FOR OBAMA HEALTH LAW

By Richardo Alonso-Zaldivar and Trevor Tompson, Associated Press
June 17, 2010
STIMULUS BOND PROGRAM
HAS UNFORESEEN COSTS

By JULIE CRESWELL
June 15, 2010
F.B.I. RELEASES FILES ON
EDWARD M. KENNED
Y
By MICHAEL COOPER AND JOHN BRODER
June 14, 2010
UNFAZED BY REALITY
By BOB HERBERT
June 14, 2010



Charles Ensley, the social workers' union head, in 1996.
CHARLES ENSLEY, LABOR LEADER
AND UNION CRITIC, DIES AT 69

By Steven Greenhouse
June 24, 2010

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To All Concerned
Teamsters Local 952 Members


Re: Southern California Coca-Cola Company's Last, Best and Final
Offer to Teamster Locals 848, 952 and 986 dated April 29, 2010


Dear Brothers and Sisters:  Due to the many rumors and misunderstandings of the Company's offer to the above Local Unions, it seems appropriate to post their offer in order to clear up any misinterpretations of the Company's Offer. This offer was presented to Local 952 Coca-Cola members for ratification. The Offer was overwhelmingly accepted with a vote of 193 yes to accept and 8 no to reject. We hope this may clear up any issues our members may have . If you have further questions regarding this matter, please feel free to contact Business Representative Frank Sevilla at (714) 740-6200.