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  • A Day of Action rally in Caseyville

    A standing-room only crowd filled Sheet Metal Workers Local 268 hall in Caseyville, Illinois, to rally against a ruling that the state and AFSCME leaders had come to an impasse in negotiations. Local union leaders fear the ruling may lead to a strike and the rallies took a focus on Illinois Governor Bruce Rauner.

A standing-room only crowd filled Sheet Metal Workers Local 268 hall in Caseyville, Illinois, to rally against a ruling that the state and AFSCME leaders had come to an impasse in negotiations. Local union leaders fear the ruling may lead to a strike and the rallies took a focus on Illinois Governor Bruce Rauner. Zia Nizami znizami@bnd.com
A standing-room only crowd filled Sheet Metal Workers Local 268 hall in Caseyville, Illinois, to rally against a ruling that the state and AFSCME leaders had come to an impasse in negotiations. Local union leaders fear the ruling may lead to a strike and the rallies took a focus on Illinois Governor Bruce Rauner. Zia Nizami znizami@bnd.com

State workers rally with hopes of getting back to bargaining table

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