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Latest Labor Items
A Pennsylvania lawmaker is hoping to repeal a state law that shields people involved in labor disputes from prosecution for stalking, harassment and making terroristic threats.
Legislation that would have given Gov. Chris Christie the power to raise salaries for his cabinet, increased judges' pay and tweaked the public employee pension law to benefit a few elected officials is on hold indefinitely.
After five years of decline, retired public employees in Wisconsin will see their monthly pension payments increase starting in May.
A new study finds about 44 percent of the private-sector workforce in San Diego doesn't get paid sick time.
A former labor union official from Albuquerque has pleaded not guilty to charges accusing him of embezzlement.
Attorney General Doug Gansler has released a plan to bring more jobs to Maryland.
A measure in Maryland would ensure people who provide direct service to the developmentally disabled would get a pay raise, if the state raises its minimum wage.
Massachusetts officials say they're continuing to sign up people for health insurance even as they concede they may not have a fully functioning insurance website by the end of June.
Federal officials said Thursday that unemployment hearing officers in Maine could have felt pressured by Gov. Paul LePage to favor employers, but they found no conclusive evidence of biased rulings.