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Unions Advocate for Workers Detained by ICE

Unions Advocate for Workers Detained by ICE
International Union of Painters and Allied Trades Local Union 83 member Hugo Mejia and United Brotherhood of Carpenters Local 68L member Rodrigo Nuñez went to their Solano County job site, a ... MORE

From Jail to Good Jobs

From Jail to Good Jobs
The continued hope for inmates in the California prison system is that they will one day become productive members of society. In that regard, the building trades are doing what they can to ... MORE

Stick Frame Over Podium: Challenges Ahead

Stick Frame Over Podium: Challenges Ahead
Contractor Roberts-Obayashi is building a new 61-unit apartment complex at 5050 Mission that includes non-union contractors. The 100,700 square foot building at the corner of Mission Street ... MORE

Modernization Work on San Francisco Schools Continuing This Summer

Modernization Work on San Francisco Schools Continuing This Summer
Modernization work at several San Francisco Unified School District sites is progressing on schedule this summer. San Francisco voters approved a $531 million Facility Bond Measure in November ... MORE

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