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AFSCME Council 93 members have achieved a long-sought victory in the state of Maine by securing funding for the so-called Heart Bill for Maine corrections officers. Governor Janet Mills has signed

When Ironworkers Local 7 member Grant Provost became the union’s business agent in Maine in mid-2018, business was pretty slow to say the least.

Workers for the publicly funded agency Child Development Services rallied on Monday, May 2, outside the CDS Reach office in Portland to demand respect for the essential services they provide. They called on management to address key issues impacting CDS services and their pay and working conditions.

You may not have heard of the Professional Aviation Safety Specialists (PASS) but the 30 members of PASS in Maine do some of the most critically important work in the state. With PASS represents 11,000 people nationwide who work for the Federal Aviation Administration and the Department of Defense to ensure that our flight safety rules are followed and pilots and air traffic controllers get the data they need to protect both passengers and people on the ground. PASS is affiliated through the AFL-CIO through it’s affiliation withe Marine Engineers’ Beneficial Association.

Louisiana Pacific Building Solutions announced last week that it has produced its first SmartSide siding products at its newly expanded Houlton mill in New Limerick.

On April 11, Jennifer Abruzzo, the Biden administration’s General Counsel to the National Relations Board, argued in a legal 

The International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers (IAMAW) District Lodge 4 will hold its fifth annual charity golf tournament on on Friday, June 3, at the Spring Meadows Golf Club in Gray.