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They will vote on April 25.
“It was an honest mistake,” Wal-Mart corporate spokeswoman Kayla Whaling told BuzzFeed.
As part of the agreement, the union will have to pay “hundreds of thousands of dollars” to the company.
“We’re looking at each state and their labor laws,” the official said.
The accusation comes in an NLRB ruling announced Tuesday.
“$10.10 is already a compromise,” said Thea Lee, deputy chief of staff of the AFL-CIO. Meanwhile, Sen. Susan Collins is having quiet talks about a deal for something lower.
“Speaker Boehner told the White House before Christmas that any extension would need to be fiscally-responsible, and it would need something to help create more private-sector jobs. Today, Senate Democrats ruled out any attempt to add jobs provisions to the bill.”
“I need all the electricity votes.”
“When we pass this you’re going to see a different perspective,” Biden said. “Respect is a two-way street and this issue is central to our foreign policy.”
“It cannot be said the employer’s scholarship players are ‘primarily students,’” the ruling said. Northwestern University will appeal.
As firefighters battled the blaze at a Houston apartment complex, someone in a nearby building caught footage of a construction worker caught in the blaze. A close call.
“Trying to make the Koch brothers into that red meat is going to be about as effective as what we tried to do for several cycles with George Soros,” Republican pollster Ed Goeas said.
“The Department of Labor has consistently worked with states to implement these extensions in an effective, collaborative and prompt fashion, and will do so again,” Thomas Perez wrote in a letter.
“I look forward to passing this proposal out of the Senate next week, and stand ready to help the Speaker, as well as any organization or any individual necessary, in order to make this extension a reality,” said Sen. Dean Heller.
After a day-long planning session at their annual legislative conference, hundreds of union firefighters will take their issues directly to the Hill. Pensions, grant money, Obamacare.
The new deal has five Republican co-sponsors, which should be enough to overcome a GOP filibuster.
No matter what, it’ll take some cooperation from the White House. “Let’s not spend 90 minutes pissing on Obamacare,” one AFL-CIO leader said at a recent New York event on health care.
“Speaker Boehner, I just want to ask you why you want to break the dream of the DREAMers, of the students.” It’s the second time in several months Boehner has been approached while eating breakfast.
“The biggest hurdle to reaching settlements in Vegas is the new costs imposed on our health plan by Obamacare,” Unite Here President Donald “D” Taylor said.
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