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PACE Nights at the Pepsi Center
posted by: Megan | March 07, 2011, 11:45 am   


PACE is excited to announce that we have upcoming PACE nights with the Colorado Avalanche and the Denver Nuggets.  Check out this flyer for discounted ticket information.  We look forward to seeing you there!


 
News Out of Ohio and Wisconsin
posted by: Megan | March 03, 2011, 12:08 pm   

With labor protests continuing in state capitals in Wisconsin and Ohio, many are wondering how the situation will resolve itself with either passed legislation or concessions. Today the Republican-controlled Ohio Senate passed a bill that would end forced unionism and make it illegal for public employees to engage in strikes. Meanwhile, in Wisconsin emergency legislation was enacted to fine senators for each day they boycott the budget vote.

 
Wisconsin’s Scott Walker Not Backing Down
posted by: Megan | March 01, 2011, 04:36 pm   

For the past two weeks, Wisconsin union leaders and members have gathered steadily in Madison in hopes of pressuring lawmakers to drop a bill that would end forced unionism and aims to close monumental budget shortfalls. With no legislative progress, the war of words is heating up in Wisconsin as some experts are calling this the "death knell" of big labor --yielding commentary by President Obama.

 
Unions on the Defense as Labor Debate Rages On
posted by: Megan | February 28, 2011, 09:38 pm   

This weekend in Wisconsin and state capitals all over the country, union leaders and members gathered together to protest the various bills aimed at ending forced unionism and closing budget gaps. Despite the weeks of protests, news polls are shedding light on who the American people really support in this debate.

 
Progress in Labor Battle
posted by: Megan | February 26, 2011, 02:45 pm   
The labor battle continues to heat up all over the country as Wisconsin, Indiana, Tennessee, and Ohio lawmakers are in various stages of passing legislation that would end compulsory unionism and close budget shortfalls. Despite huge protests, media coverage, attempted filibusters and walk-outs, progress has been made in Wisconsin over the last few hours.
 
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