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To Vote or Not to Vote, That is the Question May 25, 2018 - 9:31pm

By MARSHALL WARD

President, Calloway County Retired Teachers Association

Now that the primary elections have concluded and the parties’ candidates are set for the general election, what can I do to make sure that I can vote on November 6?

According to the Kentucky secretary of state's office, residents may register to vote if they meet the following requirements. You must:

VALLEJO WELCOMES THE US NAVY BACK TO TOWN THURSDAY - MAY 31ST - 1 PM ON THE WATERFRONT May 25, 2018 - 1:46pm

Friends, please mark your calendar for next Thursday May 31st, 1 pm at the Vallejo Waterfront to welcome the United States Navy back to town! The USS Emory S Land, a Submarine Tender with over 300 sailors on board will be berthing at Mare Island Dry Dock for repairs and will be part of our community for over 100 days.

Petitions for Paid Sick Leave Delivered to San Antonio Officials May 26, 2018 - 9:07pm

Activists for paid sick leave in San Antonio, including representatives of organized labor, have filed more than twice the number of signatures needed to place the measure on the November ballot, the Texas Observer reports.

Dallas Labor Wins Seven of Ten May 25, 2018 - 11:37am

Dallas County voters agreed to support working people’s candidates in seven of ten of the primary runoff races. Union supporters under the direction of Political Director Lorraine Montemayor knocked on hundreds of doors and made thousands of telephone calls to convince them. The three main targeted candidates: Lupe Valdez, Colin Allred, and Carl Sherman, all won handily. See our web page section on electoral work for an analysis.

DFW - Working Families Town Hall May 24, 2018 - 3:12pm

Raising the minimum wage, access to affordable college education, and equal pay for equal work are just a few of the many challenges facing working families. That’s why we invite you to join us along with community members for a Town Hall Meeting to discuss these pressing issues. You will also learn tools to help engage your community and take action to improve the lives of working families. This event is free and open to the public. Lunch will be provided.

At This Company, the CEO Makes 6,000 Times a Typical Worker's Pay May 24, 2018 - 11:54am

It's no secret that the financial divide between CEOs and average worker in the U.S. has been growing. But in one case, the pay gap between corporate chiefs and employees has reached almost 6,000-to-1: Weight Watchers, where CEO Mindy Grossman earned 5,908 times what the median worker took home last year.

At This Company, the CEO Makes 6,000 Times a Typical Worker's Pay May 24, 2018 - 11:54am

It's no secret that the financial divide between CEOs and average worker in the U.S. has been growing. But in one case, the pay gap between corporate chiefs and employees has reached almost 6,000-to-1: Weight Watchers, where CEO Mindy Grossman earned 5,908 times what the median worker took home last year.

At This Company, the CEO Makes 6,000 Times a Typical Worker's Pay May 24, 2018 - 11:54am

It's no secret that the financial divide between CEOs and average worker in the U.S. has been growing. But in one case, the pay gap between corporate chiefs and employees has reached almost 6,000-to-1: Weight Watchers, where CEO Mindy Grossman earned 5,908 times what the median worker took home last year.

At This Company, the CEO Makes 6,000 Times a Typical Worker's Pay May 24, 2018 - 11:54am

It's no secret that the financial divide between CEOs and average worker in the U.S. has been growing. But in one case, the pay gap between corporate chiefs and employees has reached almost 6,000-to-1: Weight Watchers, where CEO Mindy Grossman earned 5,908 times what the median worker took home last year.

At This Company, the CEO Makes 6,000 Times a Typical Worker's Pay May 24, 2018 - 11:54am

It's no secret that the financial divide between CEOs and average worker in the U.S. has been growing. But in one case, the pay gap between corporate chiefs and employees has reached almost 6,000-to-1: Weight Watchers, where CEO Mindy Grossman earned 5,908 times what the median worker took home last year.

At This Company, the CEO Makes 6,000 Times a Typical Worker's Pay May 24, 2018 - 11:54am

It's no secret that the financial divide between CEOs and average worker in the U.S. has been growing. But in one case, the pay gap between corporate chiefs and employees has reached almost 6,000-to-1: Weight Watchers, where CEO Mindy Grossman earned 5,908 times what the median worker took home last year.

At This Company, the CEO Makes 6,000 Times a Typical Worker's Pay May 24, 2018 - 11:54am

It's no secret that the financial divide between CEOs and average worker in the U.S. has been growing. But in one case, the pay gap between corporate chiefs and employees has reached almost 6,000-to-1: Weight Watchers, where CEO Mindy Grossman earned 5,908 times what the median worker took home last year.

At This Company, the CEO Makes 6,000 Times a Typical Worker's Pay May 24, 2018 - 11:54am

It's no secret that the financial divide between CEOs and average worker in the U.S. has been growing. But in one case, the pay gap between corporate chiefs and employees has reached almost 6,000-to-1: Weight Watchers, where CEO Mindy Grossman earned 5,908 times what the median worker took home last year.

At This Company, the CEO Makes 6,000 Times a Typical Worker's Pay May 24, 2018 - 11:54am

It's no secret that the financial divide between CEOs and average worker in the U.S. has been growing. But in one case, the pay gap between corporate chiefs and employees has reached almost 6,000-to-1: Weight Watchers, where CEO Mindy Grossman earned 5,908 times what the median worker took home last year.

At This Company, the CEO Makes 6,000 Times a Typical Worker's Pay May 24, 2018 - 11:54am

It's no secret that the financial divide between CEOs and average worker in the U.S. has been growing. But in one case, the pay gap between corporate chiefs and employees has reached almost 6,000-to-1: Weight Watchers, where CEO Mindy Grossman earned 5,908 times what the median worker took home last year.

At This Company, the CEO Makes 6,000 Times a Typical Worker's Pay May 24, 2018 - 11:54am

It's no secret that the financial divide between CEOs and average worker in the U.S. has been growing. But in one case, the pay gap between corporate chiefs and employees has reached almost 6,000-to-1: Weight Watchers, where CEO Mindy Grossman earned 5,908 times what the median worker took home last year.

At This Company, the CEO Makes 6,000 Times a Typical Worker's Pay May 24, 2018 - 11:54am

It's no secret that the financial divide between CEOs and average worker in the U.S. has been growing. But in one case, the pay gap between corporate chiefs and employees has reached almost 6,000-to-1: Weight Watchers, where CEO Mindy Grossman earned 5,908 times what the median worker took home last year.

At This Company, the CEO Makes 6,000 Times a Typical Worker's Pay May 24, 2018 - 11:54am

It's no secret that the financial divide between CEOs and average worker in the U.S. has been growing. But in one case, the pay gap between corporate chiefs and employees has reached almost 6,000-to-1: Weight Watchers, where CEO Mindy Grossman earned 5,908 times what the median worker took home last year.

At This Company, the CEO Makes 6,000 Times a Typical Worker's Pay May 24, 2018 - 11:54am

It's no secret that the financial divide between CEOs and average worker in the U.S. has been growing. But in one case, the pay gap between corporate chiefs and employees has reached almost 6,000-to-1: Weight Watchers, where CEO Mindy Grossman earned 5,908 times what the median worker took home last year.

At This Company, the CEO Makes 6,000 Times a Typical Worker's Pay May 24, 2018 - 11:54am

It's no secret that the financial divide between CEOs and average worker in the U.S. has been growing. But in one case, the pay gap between corporate chiefs and employees has reached almost 6,000-to-1: Weight Watchers, where CEO Mindy Grossman earned 5,908 times what the median worker took home last year.