Following news that the first U.S. nurse has now tested positive for the deadly Ebola virus, National Nurses United called for all hospitals to have in place the highest standard of protections to confront Ebola.
By Mark Gruenberg, Press Associates Union News Service
Under pressure from the Communications Workers, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration announced an initiative on Oct. 14 to reduce the number of workers killed in fatal falls from cellphone transmission towers.
It’s hard to imagine a beautiful flower has anything to do with the ugly side of free trade and globalization. But Colombians who provide bouquets for U.S. and world vases have experienced falling pay, growing health problems and human rights violations.
MNVotes, the new website launched by the Office of the Minnesota Secretary of State, makes it easier than ever to vote in the Nov. 4 elections. Minnesotans can register online, request absentee ballots, find their polling places and more.