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And then there were…

By Catherine Conlan I’m writing this on Super Tuesday night, watching primary results roll in. It’s been a busy 48 hours with our own Amy Klobuchar suspending her campaign shortly after Pete Buttigieg suspended his. (Her outlasting him was a

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Cold temperatures fueled Teamsters’ resolve

By Catherine Conlan In the summer, we all know it’s not the heat that gets you, but the humidity. For the Teamsters, they say victory came not with the snow, but the cold. As far as timing goes, Teamsters 320

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Elections past and future

By Catherine Conlan Two stories on the front page of this issue remind us that elections matter. Who wins, who loses, how they win or lose and the policies the winners support elect us all in one way or another,

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UAW strike affects us all

By Catherine Conlan The little girl has a big smile as she holds the sign. She’s sitting in a wheelchair in front of a UAW banner, and her sign says, “GM cut our insurance. Now I cannot go to my

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Perspective matters when it comes to reporting on Labor

By Catherine Conlan Journalists have a love-hate relationship with national holidays. Those days off tend to mean that there isn’t much daily news because large institutions shut down, but on the other hand, they happen every year and are easy

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