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CALIFORNIA: Film Tax Credits, New Media Outlets Help Revive L.A.'s Entertainment Economy

(LA Times, Oct. 31)

California's decision last year to offer more generous tax incentives for film and TV production is being credited for a sharp uptick in location shoots across Los Angeles.


NEVADA: Trump Sues Culinary, Bartenders Unions

(Nevada Public Radio, Oct. 29)

The Culinary Union has been pushing to unionize Trump's hotel.


ARIZONA: NLRB Rules Tucson Taxi Drivers Eligible to Unionize

(Arizona Daily Star, Oct. 29)

The association initially petitioned the NLRB for employee status in 2013. Their petition was rejected, but the group requested and won a review.


Amazon Prime Now Drivers Claim They Were Paid Below Minimum Wage

(Huffington Post, Oct. 28)

Who's paying for the delivery service? "Down-on-their-luck low-wage workers," says the drivers' lawyer.


HAWAII: Hawaii labor officials take a look at Ala Moana Center construction site

(Pacific Business News, Oct. 27)

The state said that the misclassifying of construction employees as independent contractors, or simply paying them in cash “off-the-books,” could affect Hawaii’s contractors, workers and state funds.


Jam Productions vs. Stagehands

(WBEZ, Oct. 21)

Details are sketchy, but the two sides are squaring off for a union fight.


YouTube Unveils Ad-Free Subscription Service, YouTube Red

(LA Times, Oct. 21)

YouTube, the pioneer of free online videos, is jumping into the subscription streaming market with YouTube Red.


NBC's Comedy Hub: Who Will Pay Extra for Digital Laughs?

(THR, Oct. 21)

Despite having only two comedies in its primetime lineup, the network is promising more than 20 original, digital-only genre series for its new niche service.


Decline In Unions Weakens US Middle Class, Reduces Income Mobility Between Generations: New Research

(IB Times, Oct. 20)

A working paper published this week by the National Bureau of Economic Research suggests a “strong, though not necessarily causal” link between the power of labor unions, the well-being of the middle class and income mobility between generations.


Cinematographers Guild Hires Rebecca Rhine as its First Female Executive Director

(LA Times, Oct. 19)

The International Cinematographers Guild has tapped veteran labor official Rebecca Rhine to run the 7,700-member union.


ARIZONA: Arizona Minimum Wage Holds at $8.05 for 2016

(AZ Central, Oct. 16)

The nation's low inflation over the past year kept wages from rising.


NEVADA: Stay Ordered in Changes to Nevada's Minimum Wage Law

(Las Vegas Review-Journal, Oct. 16)

A district court ruling making significant changes to Nevada's minimum wage law as it relates to health insurance has been put on hold until the issues are resolved by the Nevada Supreme Court.


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