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A Second Atlanta Starbucks Is Now Unionized

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New Illinois Law Bans Delivery Apps From Sharing Restaurant Menus Without Written Permission

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Starbucks Union Elections in Chicago See Mixed Results

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Intelligentsia Coffee Employees File Petition to Unionize Chicago Roastery and Cafes

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Howell Mill Road Starbucks Unionizes, Becoming the First in Atlanta

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Chicago and Cook County Officials Will Raise Minimum Wage on July 1

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Taste of Chicago Returns to Grant Park, Expands to Three South and West Side Neighborhoods

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New Seasons Employees Have Filed for Union Elections

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NLRB Alleges Starbucks Harassed and Threatened Unionizing Workers in Santa Cruz

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Two Dallas-Area Starbucks Locations Join National Union Organizing Movement

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Four Portland Starbucks Locations Vote to Unionize

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New Orleans Starbucks Fires Worker Leading Maple Street Store’s Unionization Effort

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Starbucks Workers in Santa Cruz Have Formed California’s First Unionized Stores

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2 Northern California Starbucks Stores Could Become First in the State to Unionize

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Taco Bell’s Drag Brunch Tour Struts into Wrigleyville

Delivery Workers Are the Next Frontier of Labor Organizing

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Two Los Angeles Area Starbucks Locations Could Be the Next to Unionize

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A Starbucks in Augusta Becomes the First to Unionize in Georgia

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Bartender-Loathed Summer Festival Draws More Controversy

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NLRB Says Lost Larson Bakery Illegally Fired a Worker For Labor Organizing

As part of the settlement, the bakery paid the worker $2,000 in lost wages

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The Starbucks Unionization Movement Has Arrived in New Orleans

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Dancers Strike Over Poor Working Conditions at Popular LA Strip Club Dive Bar

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Another Chicago Tortilla Maker Is Accused of Ignoring Poor Working Conditions

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How Hard Eight BBQ Landed in $867K of Tax Trouble with the Department of Labor

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Chicago Considers Requiring Job Posts to Include Salary Ranges

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El Milagro Tortilleria Employee Sets Record Straight Regarding Workplace Reforms

How Scared Is Howard Schultz of the Starbucks Union Wave?

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El Milagro Tortilla Workers Gain Improved Pay, Shorter Hours After Months of Negotiations

The Labor Disputes at Amy’s Kitchen, Explained

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How Starbucks Workers Unionizing Could Inspire Other Chains to Organize

What happens at Starbucks could be groundbreaking for the food industry

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NLRB Hands Colectivo Coffee Workers a Definitive Union Win

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What a Surge in Union Organizing Means for Food and Farm Workers

More and more Starbucks locations are announcing intentions to unionize amid a historic movement in the food industry

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