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PNS Daily News - May 24, 2017 


We’re featuring stories from around the globe including: British officials search for answers in the wake of a deadly attack; the former head of the CIA weighs-in on the Russia probe; and proposed cuts in President Trump’s budget plan raise serious concerns.

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Livable Wages/Working Families

Cody, WY - President Bush is expected to sign the federal minimum wage boost bill soon, which would raise wages of thousands of Wyomingites currently ...Read More
It was intended to create new jobs with federal, state and local economic development dollars, but many Bismarck/Mandan workers say the Northern ...Read More
The group representing state employees is developing a long-range plan to keep and attract workers. South Dakota State Employees Organization ...Read More
Construction companies in Washington may be paying one-third or more of their workers under the table, and this month, a special legislative panel ...Read More
A bill currently in the Senate would make it easier for workers to join unions. While pro-business groups call it 'un-democratic,' Christine ...Read More
Today's labor laws aren't working for the middle class anymore, according to the AFL-CIO's national organizing director during a stop to support the ...Read More
New York lawmakers are considering a measure that would restore state employees' rights to sue their employer. They lost that right after a series ...Read More
Contract talks have reached an impasse between the state and 11,000 of its workers. Workers and their families will rally on the State House lawn ...Read More
South Dakota workers are joining a nationwide effort to support the Employee Free Choice Act, a law that grants workers more say when it comes to ...Read More
Public employees say they have a lot to celebrate this May Day, thanks to gains in the just-ended legislative session. Leaders of the North Dakota ...Read More
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