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Low-wage workers have been fighting sexual harassment for years. The national conversation is finally catching up with them.
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Frustrated teachers, unemployed college graduates and concerned citizens gathered in downtown Chicago Monday to "Take Back
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View more videos at: http://www.nbcchicago.com. Among Emanuel's plans for the city's take of new gambling revenue -- estimated
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Garbage Pickup Could be Extended to Once Every 10 Days to Save Chicago Money: MyFoxCHICAGO.com In response to those concerns
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"If managed competition saved Chicago just 10 percent of its estimated $400 million in professional, technical, skilled and
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After the mayor called current public employee practices "archaic," the Emanuel administration released the full list of
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The mayor spoke to the Chicago Sun-Times on Wednesday, detailing a few of the changes he's hoping the unions will accept
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If his modifications to union work rules are accepted, Emanuel said at a Wednesday morning press conference, "I don't have
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The City Council's Zoning Committee put off a vote today on Wal-Mart's planned Chicago expansion, acting at the behest of
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Union leaders urged their City Council allies on Tuesday to put off today's showdown vote on Wal-Mart's planned Chicago expansion
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Union leaders have long fought against Wal-Mart's expansion into Chicago. In 2004, a hotly contested vote in the City Council
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Wal-Mart has agreed to hold an unprecedented face-to-face meeting with organized labor in a last-ditch attempt to break the
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Alderman Danny Solis, the chairman of the committee, had been planning to delay the vote, hoping that the unions would reach
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The fate of a new Chicago Wal-Mart is still hanging in the balance, as the City Council's Zoning Committee once again postponed
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The Chicago Federation of Labor said today it would ask its City Council allies to reject Chicago's second Wal-Mart after