Bernie Sanders' presidential campaign said the Vermont senator received treatment at a walk-in clinic Friday for a minor injury while campaigning in SC.
The United Food & Commercial Workers Local 400 confirmed that Sanders' campaign workers were the first to win union representation. On the campaign trail, Sanders has repeatedly vowed in speeches - as he did in 2016 - to make it easier for workers to unionize, often tying it to his push for a rise in the minimum wage to at least $15 an hour.
Mr. Sanders, 77, announced last month that he will seek the Democratic nomination to compete against Mr. Trump in the next presidential race, making him among the latest additions to an already lengthy list of White House hopefuls.
Earlier this year, Sanders apologized to female staffers on his 2016 campaign who said they experienced sexual harassment from male staffers. And recently, workers on some campaigns have been pushing to unionize. If a majority of workers sign them, the union presents those cards to the employer so that the employer will recognize the union.
Jonathan Williams, the communications director for UFCW Local 400, said that the first step now that the union has been formed is to negotiate the contract.
West Ham’s Declan Rice wins first England call-up
He is joined by fellow goalkeepers Jack Butland and Heaton, who earns a recall having been in impressive form for Burnley in 2019. England host the Czechs at Wembley on March 22 before travelling away to face the Montenegrins on March 25.
No Man's Sky Beyond Expands The Game's Multiplayer
In the press release, Murray said that each update to No Man's Sky has been more successful than the last, Next especially so. At one time, Hello Games planned to release three, future updates as part of the Beyond expansion.
Love Island's Michael Thalassitis has died, aged 26
He starred on season three of the ITV show in the summer of 2017 after enjoying a six year career as a footballer. She added: "My heart and soul and love goes out to his friends & family". "A good guy, taken far too soon".