Today in Labor History – April 2nd


The American Federation of Labor charters the Union Label Department. 1909

The Supreme Court declares unconstitutional a 1918 Washington, D.C. law establishing a minimum wage for women – 1923

Major league baseball players end a 232-day strike, which began the prior August 12 and led to the cancellation of the 1994 postseason and the World Series – 1995

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