Monday, July 13, 2009

Monday Morning One Liners...

WASHINGTON - JULY 07: US Senator Al Franken (D...Image by Getty Images via Daylife

Basha's said to be filing chapter 11. More on their financial problems and store closures here.

UFCW members at Acme worked through the weekend...

To stay up to date on Local 1776's contracts check out their website.

AFL-CIO's Blog has an update on the Stella D'oro closing.

OSHA cites Wal-Mart $7,000 for Black Friday Death.


4 stories, regarding a new supermarket within the development of the new Brooklyn Navy Yard, asking for a developer to include a 40,000 sqft market...One article argues bringing jobs to community members...


Al Franken, co-sponsoring Employee Free Choice.

Less than six hours after he was sworn in as MN's junior senator and two hours after casting his first vote (against an amendment sponsored by Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) to the Homeland Security Appropriations Act), Sen. Al Franken (D-MN) announced that he has already co-sponsored his first bill.

"As of about a half an hour ago, I became the co-sponsor of my first piece of legislation in the Senate," Franken told a gathering at the AFL-CIO headquarters this evening. "And it's something called the Employee Free Choice Act."

The government organization committee of the California Senate is expected to vote again on a bill later this week that would require supermarkets to sell beer, wine and spirits only at checkstands manned by clerks — to ensure that buyers are sober and of legal drinking age — rather than at self-service lanes.

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