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The COVID-19 pandemic has upended our lives and our economy. No one understands that better than America’s working people.

By now, the numbers are numbing. Months into the coronavirus pandemic, more than 100,000 people in the U.S. are dead and 1.55 million have tested positive.

In the first use of a 61-year-old Supreme Court decision, the Machinists (IAM) sued the National Labor Relations Board for throwing out their union recognition election win among 178 Boeing flight tech workers in North Charleston, South Carolina.

Murray Energy Corp., the largest private coal mining company in the United States, filed for bankruptcy.
Over 25% of 12th graders, 20% of 10th graders and 9% of eighth graders vaped.
AFSA members stormed Capitol Hill last week in conjunction with NASSP and NAESP as part of the first joint Hill Day.