A lawsuit over the on-the-job death of Ray Wauson, a 24-year-old guard with Triple D Security, revealed dramatic details about the dangers Triple D’s drivers confronted every day.
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Austin City Council passed a resolution making Austin the first city to add comprehensive protections for workers into its corporate-incentive program.
It was a big day for women in the Senate.
The Workers Defense Project held its Day of the Fallen march on Feb. 27 to commemorate Texas construction workers who have been killed on the job.
The Austin-based nonprofit organization, Workers Defense Project, says workers’ rights need to be part of the conversation as legislators in Washington, D.C. hash out immigration reform. On Thursday the group released a study, “Build a Better Nation,” that found 50 percent of all construction workers in Texas are undocumented.