Kristopher Hanson

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As thousands of protesters flooded onto Broadway in downtown Los Angeles today in  Mayday protests  in support of immigration reform, tens of thousands of longshoremen from  Seattle …

Dock Workers Shut Down Ports in Protest against the War

As thousands of protesters flooded onto Broadway in downtown Los Angeles today in Mayday protests in support of immigration reform, tens of thousands of longshoremen from Seattle …

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The strike deadline of midnight this morning has long passed for office workers at the biggest port complex in the country.  As we record this program, the clerical unit of the…

Labor Negotiators Continue Port Clerical Contract Talks

The strike deadline of midnight this morning has long passed for office workers at the biggest port complex in the country.  As we record this program, the clerical unit of the…

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The Department of Homeland Security has  cut back on federal money for the maritime facilities  at  Long Beach ,  Los Angeles  and  Oakland --three of the biggest ports in the nation.

Ports 'Shortchanged' on Security

The Department of Homeland Security has cut back on federal money for the maritime facilities at Long Beach , Los Angeles and Oakland --three of the biggest ports in the nation.

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