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Brazil braces for uneasy start to World Cup as transport strikers' protests grip São Paulo

Brazil braces for uneasy start to World Cup as transport strikers' protests grip São Paulo
http://www.theguardian.com/world/2014/jun/09/brazil-uneasy-start-world-c...
Teargas fired by police at transport workers as mood about hosting tournament remains sour among many

• Jonathan Watts in Rio de Janeiro
• The Guardian, Monday 9 June 2014

Why frustrated Muni operators use sickout to gain leverage-Union Busting Democrats Pushed Anti-Labor Legislation

Why frustrated Muni operators use sickout to gain leverage-IUnion Busting Democrats Pushed Anti-Labor Legislation
http://www.sfchronicle.com/bayarea/article/Why-frustrated-Muni-operators...
By Michael Cabanatuan
June 7, 2014 | Updated: June 7, 2014 5:55pm

Taxi Driver Solidarity Through National Union

Taxi Driver Solidarity Through National Union
http://www.nytimes.com/2014/06/07/business/pinched-by-ride-sharing-servi...
Pinched by Ride-Sharing Services, Cabbies Seek a National Union
By STEVEN GREENHOUSEJUNE 6, 2014

Peter Ali Enger, right, chief organizer for the United Taxidrivers Community Council, at Chicago O’Hare Airport.
Credit
Nathan Weber for The New York Times

SF Union Busting Demo Mayor Ed Lee Attacks Muni TWU 250A drivers

SF Union Busting Demo Mayor Ed Lee Attacks Muni TWU 250A drivers
Mayor Ed Lee condemns Muni worker 'sickout' as major delays continue
http://www.sfexaminer.com/sanfrancisco/major-delays-on-muni-as-worker-si...
By Kate Conger @Kateconger
• SF transit workers find no support from public
◦ By Chris Roberts
• City officials denounce Muni sickout, call for return to full workforce
◦ By Joshua Sabatini

Cops Attack Subway Workers in Brazil, Free Fare Movement Announce June 19th Actions

Cops Attack Subway Workers in Brazil, Free Fare Movement Announce June 19th Actions
http://revolution-news.com/cops-attack-subway-workers-in-brazil-free-far...
06/06/2014
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