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The WNBA players union neared ratification of a new six-year contract with the league Monday in a deal that includes increases in wages and a dual salary-cap system.
As Wisconsin teachers and other public union workers take on Republican Gov. Scott Walker and his plans to end collective bargaining, Arizona teachers wonder: Could there be an impact here?
The Constitution does not guarantee anyone the right for collective bargaining or unions to anyone. Collective bargaining/unionizing is granted as a privilege by the employer. In the case of government employees, it is a sham.
March 13, 2005
Bargain book hunters: The Scottsdale Civic Center Library is the place to go.
It's time again to play that well worn sports game: "We say, they say."
Carl Goodwin of Mesa returned a candle wall sconce "that doesn’t go with anything," for cash, which does fit well with his decor. Michael Chapin, 7, of Mesa brought back a red bike that had a bad back wheel.
Dawn McKee of Tempe bought a couple of $100 flat-screen TVs, a $500 computer and “a lot of kid’s stuff,” from Wal-Mart at the crack of dawn.
INDIANAPOLIS — NFL commissioner Roger Goodell and NFL Players Association executive director DeMaurice Smith began their latest negotiating session for a new collective bargaining agreement Thursday in Indianapolis.
If Mesa police and firefighters want to bargain over labor issues, they will have to persuade voters to change the city charter, City Attorney Debbie Spinner said Thursday.
State lawmakers launched a broad attack Wednesday against public unions, including an absolute ban on state and local governments and school districts from bargaining with organizations that represent public workers.
If you’re tired of Arizona Mills, head south on Interstate 10 for about 40 miles to a real outlet mall. The Outlets at Casa Grande, a factory-direct shopping center right off Exit 198, boasts more than 40 stores.
Amigos, here’s a worthy poster to nail on the gate post: “Wanted: Safe Bargain Shopping on the Internet.” In case you’re new to frugal buying online, here’s a big “howdy” to the new frontier of shopping.
DALLAS, Pa. — Out of toilet paper? Need to pick up a few things for dinner? Take a number and start bidding.
August 27, 2004
College students can only eat so much macaroni and cheese. Sooner or later, the pilgrimage for tasty but cheap food begins, and it doesn’t end until students find their "spot" — a place hipper than home where they can do dinner without decimating the beer budget.
Dawn McKee of Tempe bought a couple of $100 flat-screen TVs, a $500 computer and “a lot of kid’s stuff,” from Wal-Mart at the crack of dawn. “We feel like we really got some deals,” she said.
Attuned to this harvest time of year, you can reap a cornucopia of bargains at the Dillard’s Clearance Center.
The City Council voted 4-1 on Thursday to hire an outside mediator to help settle a money dispute between city management and the police sergeants’ collective bargaining group.
On an 18-12 margin the Senate voted Tuesday to make it illegal for public employees to conduct union business while being paid.
NEW YORK — The National Lacrosse League salvaged its 2008 season by agreeing to a new collective bargaining agreement with the union.
US Airways and Transport Workers Union dispatchers have reached a tentative four-year collective bargaining agreement. Transport Workers Union represents the airline’s 164 flight dispatchers. Once ratified by the members of the TWU, the contract will be the second agreement between the airline and flight dispatchers since the merger of US Airways and America West Airlines in 2005.
Coyotes defenseman Ed Jovanovski was suspended for one game, without pay, after
It’s the fans who are feeling this sting. The upcoming National Lacrosse League season has been canceled after the Professional Lacrosse Players Association’s executive committee rejected the latest collective bargaining agreement proposal, according to NLL commissioner Jim Jennings.
Labor unions in Arizona can’t demand provisions in their contracts with employers that workers who refuse to join the labor organization still can be forced to make financial contributions, the state Court of Appeals has ruled.