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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 03, 2022

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The bargaining team of United Auto Workers Local 2865 voted unanimously for a unionwide unfair labor practice strike authorization vote to take place early April.
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The bargaining team of United Auto Workers Local 2865 voted unanimously for a unionwide unfair labor practice strike authorization vote to take place early April.
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Graduate students from several UC campuses and UC Berkeley undergraduates met for a "Cal COLA: Pay Us More UCB" general assembly meeting to discuss protest plans and a reaffirmation of their demands.
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Graduate students from several UC campuses and UC Berkeley undergraduates met for a "Cal COLA: Pay Us More UCB" general assembly meeting to discuss protest plans and a reaffirmation of their demands.
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Campus students gathered for an “Undergraduates for COLA at Cal” meeting Feb. 19 to discuss cross-campus solidarity and what a cost of living adjustment, or COLA, would mean for UC Berkeley.
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Campus students gathered for an “Undergraduates for COLA at Cal” meeting Feb. 19 to discuss cross-campus solidarity and what a cost of living adjustment, or COLA, would mean for UC Berkeley.
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On May 16, AFSCME Local 3299 went on a systemwide strike to protest the outsourcing of UC jobs to Kindred and Aya Healthcare. 
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On May 16, AFSCME Local 3299 went on a systemwide strike to protest the outsourcing of UC jobs to Kindred and Aya Healthcare. 
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A 5–4 U.S. Supreme Court decision Wednesday ruled that public sector unions across the nation are no longer able to charge nonunion workers any fees.
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A 5–4 U.S. Supreme Court decision Wednesday ruled that public sector unions across the nation are no longer able to charge nonunion workers any fees.
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Bob King, president of the United Automobile Workers labor union – one of the largest in the nation with more than 390,000 active members – made two appearances on campus Monday to speak about the importance of organizing, collective bargaining and global solidarity for unions.
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Bob King, president of the United Automobile Workers labor union – one of the largest in the nation with more than 390,000 active members – made two appearances on campus Monday to speak about the importance of organizing, collective bargaining and global solidarity for unions.
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