Keller @ Large: Mass. AFL-CIO President Steven Tolman On State Of Organized LaborIn honor of Labor Day, Jon Keller spoke with Massachusetts AFL-CIO president Steven Tolman
Keller @ Large: President Of Mass. AFL-CIO Explains Why He Doesn't Support 'Grand Bargain'Steven Tolman told WBZ-TV's Jon Keller that taking away Sunday overtime hurts too many people for the "grand bargain" to be worth it.
Keller @ Large: President of Mass. AFL-CIO Says Union Popularity Is UpPresident of Massachusett's AFL-CIO Steve Tolman said union leaders are connected with the needs of their workers.
AFL-CIO Files Amicus Brief Supporting Tom Brady In Second CircuitTom Brady got some support from the largest federation of unions in the United States.
Keller @ Large: AFL-CIO President Steve Tolman Some of the biggest issues that will play out at the State House this year have to do with labor laws.
Mass. AFL-CIO Won't Endorse In Democratic Primary For SenateThe Massachusetts AFL-CIO has decided not to make an endorsement in the Democratic primary in the U.S. Senate special election.
Keller @ Large: AFL-CIO President Steve Tolman The U.S. Senate race was one of the topics discussed WBZ-TV political analyst Jon Keller covered Sunday on “Keller @ Large” as he sat down with President of AFL-CIO Steven Tolman.
Brown, Warren Trade Accusations In Federal Election Commission Complaints The Massachusetts Democratic Party filed a complaint with the Federal Election Commission on Friday charging that Republican U.S. Sen. Scott Brown illegally coordinated with a group affiliated with GOP strategist Karl Rove on automated phone calls targeting Democrat Elizabeth Warren. The Massachusetts Republican Party responded hours later by preparing its own FEC complaint charging Warren with illegally coordinating with the AFL-CIO on anti-Brown mailings.
Keller @ Large: Tolman Hopes To Change Image Of AFL-CIOPolitical editor Jon Keller talked to Tolman about his top priorities in his new post and the Occupy Boston protests.
Labor Unions Join Occupy Boston ProtestersDemonstrators and members of some of the city's labor unions marched from Dewey Square, through Downtown Crossing, and back.
Mass. State Senator To Step Down After Casino Vote State Senator Steven Tolman, the new leader of the state AFL-CIO, says he will resign his legislative seat after the Senate votes on the casino gambling bill.
NH Labor Group Hosts 'No Jobs Fair'Members of AFL-CIO in New Hampshire and other groups are telling legislators that they're fed up with state budget cuts that have resulted in job losses.
Mass. Unions Outraged Over Health Care VoteThunderous applause filled the Statehouse today, as hundreds of rank-and-file union members greeted and thanked select members of the House of Representatives as lawmakers walked into their chambers.
Mass. Unions Offer Health Care Overhaul ProposalUnions representing state and municipal workers are offering their own proposal to cut the cost of health care spending by cities and towns.
Keller @ Large: Board Member Discusses Blue Cross CEO's Golden ParachuteBlue Cross Blue Shield came under fire this week for paying out hundreds of thousands of dollars to its board members. Jon Keller is at large.