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AP: Casino union launching ads on why it might go on strike

The main Atlantic City casino workers union is taking to the airwaves to explain why its members are threatening to go on strike next week.

Philly.com: Atlantic City turns out to mourn Orlando victims

“In the crowd of several hundred, there were casino workers who wore shirts that read “Unite Here” on the back, for the casino union, and “Love Has No Borders” on the front.”

UAW Region 9 Stands in Solidarity with AC Casino Workers

In a letter of support for UNITE HERE Local 54 casino workers in Atlantic City, UAW Region 9 asks members to refrain from doing work traditionally done by Local 54 members in the event of a work-stoppage.

REPORT: Atlantic City casinos rebound while workers struggle

After sacrificing wages and benefits to preserve the health of the casino industry in Atlantic City over the past decade, the industry is choosing to export profits out of town rather than share with the people who stuck with the industry during hard times.

FOX61: Union workers vote to strike in Atlantic City

Ninety-six percent of the workers at four of the city’s casinos voted Thursday to go on strike on July 1 if the gaming industry “continues to hold down wages.” Workers at a fifth casino have already authorized a walk-out. More than 6,000 workers at the five casinos could walk off the job if the strike […]

BREAKING: Today, 96% of workers from 4 Atlantic City casinos vote to authorize a strike with a July 1 deadline

Statement from Bob McDevitt, President, UNITEHERE Local 54: “Today thousands of workers from Tropicana, Caesars, Bally’s and Harrah’s voted to authorize a strike on July 1 if they don’t have a fair contract. The vote was 96% in favor. We have told the companies that we are available days, evenings, and weekends to negotiate. The […]

NorthJersey.com: Thousands of Atlantic City casino workers vote to authorize strike starting July 1

Thousands of Atlantic City casino workers voted Thursday to authorize a strike starting July 1 — a date intended to coincide with the peak of tourist season.