SF Business Times Accuses Chronicle of Pro-Union Bias

Posted June 30, 2011 by Randy Shaw

Is the San Francisco Chronicle too pro-union in its coverage? The San Francisco Business Times thinks so, with writer Chris Rauber accusing the Chronicle’s Victoria Colliver of writing an article that reads like a “union leaflet.” Colliver’s June 28 article
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BREAKING: Jerry Brown Vetoes Farmworkers’ Bill

Posted June 29, 2011 by Patrick McGreevy & Anthony York

Ed. Note: This piece was first published in the Los Angeles Times Despite intense pressure, Brown rejects measure making it easier for laborers to organize. The United Farm Workers vows to continue the campaign. Gov. Jerry Brown, whose signature more
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Hotel Frank Workers Are Fighting For All of Us

Posted June 29, 2011 by Marc Norton

The protracted warfare at San Francisco’s Hotel Frank is a bold display of the tenacity and resilience of a small group of workers in a knock-down-drag-out fight with union-busting bosses in one of the most difficult periods for labor in
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“I Heard That:” Da Fillmore! …

Posted June 29, 2011 by Rochelle Metcalfe

Summertime on DA MO’ promises to be LIVE; especially within the Fillmore Street Renaissance District, a stretch from Geary to Eddy Streets! A collaboration of merchants and others have come together throughout the year to participate, and support activities that
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