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  1. Prop. 32, Opposed by Guilds, Appears Defeated

    2:12 am 11/7/2012

    `Hollywood unions and guilds were part of the victorious coalition.Read more

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  2. Great Night for Guilds, But Prop. 32 Results Not In

    11:23 pm 11/6/2012

    The presidential outcome pleases most. Meanwhile, numerous Congressional candidates endorsed by WGA West’s PAC are victorious.Read more

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  3. Lucasfilm Faces New Accusation of Pregnancy Discrimination

    6:01 am 11/6/2012

    The company lost a 2010 lawsuit and now faces a claim that its Singapore subsidiary abruptly terminated an employee after its insurance policy failed to cover his wife’s pregnancy.Read more

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  4. Entertainment Unions, PACS Issue Election Endorsements

    5:26 am 11/6/2012

    Most of them have come out against California Prop. 32, and two have endorsed candidates.Read more

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  5. ‘Fashion Star’ Deal Gives Union Pension and Health Benefits

    8:42 am 10/17/2012

    Other terms of the agreement between IATSE and the show's producers are not yet known.Read more

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  6. NBC's 'Fashion Star' to Begin Negotiations with IATSE (Exclusive)

    4:32 pm 10/16/2012

    As picketing continues, it appears that substantive talks are starting.Read more

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  7. NBC's 'Fashion Star' Asks to Meet With IATSE After Crew Walkout

    10:23 am 10/15/2012

    As a second day of picketing begins, the union reiterates that it will remain on strike until a contract is achieved.Read more

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  8. IATSE to Continue Picketing NBC's 'Fashion Star' on Monday

    10:36 pm 10/14/2012

    Heading into a second day of picketing, the union says it will remain out until a contract is reached.Read more

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  9. NBC's ‘Fashion Star’ Shut Down by IATSE Walkout

    1:03 pm 10/13/2012

    The union says it will remain out until a contract is achieved.Read more

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  10. Entertainment Unions Join Downtown LA Rally Against Prop. 32 (Exclusive)

    11:11 am 9/20/2012

    Opponents say the “Stop Special Interest Money” proposition would muzzle labor while giving corporations free rein to spend in the political process. Advocates disagree.Read more

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