With negations set to begin in Phoenix this morning, strikers were hopeful for a chance to return to work until they received word headquarters had pushed back the start of negotiations to tomorrow afternoon but then began this afternoon.
The holiday season can bring joy to most, but to some, it can bring stress, especially if a family has a child dealing with special needs or autism. Often the lights, crowds and noises of the holiday festivities harm these children.
It's a pressing issue, especially here in the Panhandle, the lack of accessible and affordable health care in rural areas is the reason for students, physicians and concerned residents attending the seminar.
Potter county and 56 neighboring counties in the High Plains region partnering with Buffett-McCain Institute Initiative to combat what they are refering to as modern slavery among agricultural workers.
According to the United Steel Workers, about 2,000 hourly workers at five ASARCO, LLC locations in Arizona and Texas voted to strike instead of accepting the Grupo México’s “last, best and final” offer.