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Jan 25, 2022

Super Bowl performers describe unpaid labor conditions. In addition, Alabama coal miners are continuing a 10-month over better wages as poor labor conditions in the U.S. continue. John Iadarola and Senator Nina Turner break it down on The Damage Report.
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Read more here: https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2022/jan/25/alabama-coalminers-warrior-met-coal-strike-10-months
"About 1,100 coalminers in Alabama have entered 2022 still on strike, more than 10 months since they walked out back in April last year, making it the longest strike in the US since the Covid-19 pandemic began and the longest in Alabama’s history.
Workers started the unfair labor practice strike over claims of bad faith bargaining by Warrior Met Coal over a new union contract. In the previous contract settled in 2016, miners accepted several concessions, including a $6-an-hour pay cut and reductions in health insurance and other benefits as the mines switched employers in the wake of a bankruptcy."
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